We now explore the enigmatic world of "warping" in Ableton. This is the process of pinning audio to a timeline so loops and tracks play in sync.
By the end of this section you should have a clear definition of the following-
How to warp tracks and then how to create loops of these warped tracks.
You should also now be able to play several "warped" tracks together in sync, mixing and matching them in the Session View.
And also you should have a general idea about how to create multiple instances of the same track, warp it and add other beats to create a quick remix.
Notes on Warping-
Click on Clip to open Clip Editor. This gives more editing features for the Clip.
Clips must be Warped to play in sync with Ableton song tempo.
Clips must be Warped to loop the Clip.
Add yellow warp markers to down beat of song.
Warping is difficult! Practice often….
Utilize different Loop Points and Start Points to start and loop Clips in different places in the waveform.
There are different types of Warp modes. Use Complex mode for highest resolution.
Use different loop points in different clips to use Ableton to DJ live.