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Ableton return track

Ableton return track
  1. What is a return track in Ableton?
  2. How do I make a return track in Ableton?
  3. Can you group return tracks Ableton?
  4. How many return tracks can you have in Ableton?

What is a return track in Ableton?

A return track is a track that contains audio effects, and the output of every track in your project can be sent through it, using send controls. ... Return tracks are audio-effect-only. You can't add instruments, MIDI effects or clips to them; they're designed purely to host and route effects.

How do I make a return track in Ableton?

How to add Return Tracks in Ableton Live

  1. Open Ableton Live and create a new session. ...
  2. On the top horizontal menu bar click on: Create -> Insert Return Track. ...
  3. The name of the return track can be changed by clicking on the return track's name to select it, and then right click ->Rename.

Can you group return tracks Ableton?

Using return tracks, or busses, is a commonplace technique to mix an instrument with a wet effect, such as reverb, delay or distortion. In Ableton Live, this is easily achieved and you can create as many Return Tracks as you need.

How many return tracks can you have in Ableton?

Ableton provides users with a maximum of 12 return tracks. Unfortunately, some projects require more than that. A single vocal may be using up 4 return tracks alone (dedicated reverb, delay, saturation, etc.). Ableton allows you to work around this issue with the use of audio effect racks.

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