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    Mixing in Ableton Live 7

    Hello, I just recently started using Ableton Live 7 and I love it. My question is how do you adjust the Highs, Mids, and Lows of your audio tracks? Thanks for any feedback

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    Go into the effects, there is EQ stuff in there

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    Is there anyway to adjust each by themselves? For example Cubase LE allows you to adjust each tracks highs mids and lows to get the sound you want... Ableton has awesome drag and drop effects but i cant find anything that I can adjust. Also how do you adjust the pitch of a track? Thanks for your response.

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    Click on the effects browser icon (second icon down n the left hand side), then drag whichever eq you want to use (eq3 or eq8) onto the track you want to change. You can then eq to your hearts content. The eq only affects the track you drag it onto, so drag an eq onto all your tracks if you want to alter them seperately. You really need a midi controller to eq two tracks at once, because you can only see the eq controls for the track you've got selected.

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    Can we mix in ableton without warping them first?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by featherspace
    Can we mix in ableton without warping them first?!
    Yes and no. Arguably, you could use a track without personally warping it, but ableton would still have warped it, so it's basically impossible to use an unwarped track (unless you get some kind of VST based sample player!) Even so, why would you want to? Warping is the only way for ableton to keep tracks in time!

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    can we mix by cdj's without beatmatching? .....YES but it sounds poor haha the same with ableton and warping

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    I found this tutorial/ beginners guide to be great for starting out. Enjoy!

    http://www.abletonlivedj.com/forum/v...evels+tutorial

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