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  • Neonnebula
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    Joined: Aug 19th, 2019
    Ableton Live 10 Export Audio
    So.... I’ve tried multiple different times using multiple different instructional videos, tutorials, and searching through forum questions and answers to find out how to PROPERLY export audio. Now... I can export an audio file of the length I choose. That works fine. The problem that I’m having is there’s no audio. I’ve attempted selecting all the audio sections, tried exporting separately, tried exporting as WAV or FLAC. Not sure what’s going on. If anyone could help me it would be much appreciated.
  • Joe A
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    Joined: Oct 1st, 2013
    Re: Ableton Live 10 Export Audio
    Hi Neonnebula - I assume when you say "there’s no audio" you mean you're getting a blank audio file.. I'm not an Ableton user myself, so I can only offer some generic observations on exporting/bouncing.. - Make sure all audio is routed to the correct destination -- the source for the bounce (i.e. Master) - Check the start position/range for the bounce - Bounce to a standard format (WAV, 24-bit) -- don't bounce to 32-bit - Try bouncing both offline and in realtime to see what happens There's not a lot of description as to your setup -- I'd guess any Ableton users out there who might have useful suggestions to offer would want to know a little more about your specific setup/process.. - Where are you testing the file? (Live, other DAWs, iTunes..?) - How is the audio routed in Live (an internal routing issue seems like the most likely culprit) - What View are you in when you call up the Export window (apparently this may be related to the issue of blank exports, but again, I'm not a Live guy so I can't get into that..) - What are the exact steps you're doing? You play the song, you hear everything playing out the Master output, then you call up the Export window, and... I'm attaching a video on Bouncing in Live 10 -- I don't know what your level of expertise is, but maybe you'll see something there you hadn't thought of..
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