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Ableton Live 104 - Mixing Tracks.
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  • 1

    Which frequencies can be panned left and right most freely?

  • 2

    Which is a common buss processing effect?

  • 3

    What is the easiest way to buss tracks in Live?

  • 4

    What is the benefit of multiband sidechaining with an audio effect rack?

  • 5

    Why is it a good idea to have a limiter on your master buss?

  • 6

    When should you apply compression to a signal?

  • 7

    You should never boost EQ bands because EQ8 has no output gain compensation parameter. True or false?

  • 8

    What is the easiest way to configure parallel compression in Live?

  • 9

    Mixing should only be done by a certified mixing engineer. True or false?

  • 10

    Why should you try to keep all meters green?

  • 11

    Dithering should always be applied on Export. True or false?

  • 12

    What does RTA stand for?

  • 13

    What's a good amount of headroom to aim for with just kick and bass in the mix?

  • 14

    Which Saturator mode offers subtle harmonic inflation?

  • 15

    Which Gate parameter determines the level below which noise is removed?

  • 16

    What are the three modes offered by EQ8?

  • 17

    What is the fourth dimension of audio?

  • 18

    Which Utility feature reduces perceived width of a signals low end?

  • 19

    Why do engineers traditionally think less of Live's mix engine?

Ableton Live 104
Mixing Tracks
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