How to export your song for mastering: 6 essential TIPS tutorial

How to export your song for mastering: 6 essential TIPS tutorial

Download my free Ableton e-book: When you’re preparing your final export to send to a professional mastering engineer, here are 6 absolutely essential tips and tricks to get the best master possible. From Vespers, Ableton Live Certified Trainer, Vancouver, BC, Canada. http
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19 Responses to “How to export your song for mastering: 6 essential TIPS tutorial”

  1. TKAM88 says:

    Vespers , Can you show how to export the tracks? out of ableton to a single folder, so i can be sent to the Mastering Engineer?

  2. SkinnyOfficialHD says:


  3. AlexColby42 says:

    He’s talked a lot uh-boat it.?

  4. LiucidityMusic says:

    My exports suck. It seems like the high end frequencies are boosted, and the lower end is decreased. Volume is not a problem for me, however. I suspect that this is not a matter of export options (as I’ve tried most reasonable combinations), and think it is a matter of my audio driver. In live, I? use Asio4all, but outside of live I use Window 7’s default (which is said to be shitty). I was wondering if there is a way to export a recording with the same quality as the tracks within Ableton.

  5. Robert Sanders says:

    Thanks? for the tips!

  6. hallal55 says:

    with the KHZ? its so confusing some say stick with 44.1 some say go higher than lower? ah its? confusing

  7. hallal55 says:

    so always record in 24 bit even if some of the files are 16 bit? than export it all to 24 bit?

  8. Sam Meacham says:

    Excellent video! I’m building up a great home studio, and just finished mixes for the first band we recorded. Now I know I’m sending? the right stuff off to our mastering guys =).

  9. MrScottydj1 says:

    Thanks DJVespers Very useful? information ๐Ÿ˜€

  10. naoesculhamba says:

    hey dude whats uo..please i nees u from brazil.and iยดve been recordind at home with cubase i want to send a professional mastering but the point is….my interface works..24 bit ..but the cubase has been work in 32 bit float…should i do the bounce in 24 or 32 bits? in 32 is a little bit clear..i dont now what to do ..some people say this and that but? i think no onw knows..can u help me please

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  12. whoabrian says:

    Great video. Very informative.? Quick question if you don’t mind: For head-room, would you recommend pulling all of my sliders down a few -db prior to me starting a new track? I’m having quite a bit of trouble trying to leave headroom on a track that I’ve already finished. I made the mistake of mixing and creating into a limiter on my master channel. ๐Ÿ™ Thanks for your time!

  13. thebigjellyfish says:

    thank you that? was really helpful

  14. tredamit says:

    Thanks for the insight.?

  15. mhsaccount says:

    what da hell. i don’t want my track to sound like its on tape?

  16. mhsaccount says:

    i wouldn’t. put the sweep on the tracks that need it. group them together to make it easier (ableton) or make an effects bus and route them there (logic). don’t ever put anything on? the master, unless ur trying to ghetto master in ableton. occasionally i put a limiter on so i don’t have to deal with quietness of 6db of headroom but i don’t mix down that way obviously

  17. mhsaccount says:

    vespers you should? put links up to all of tare kith’s tutorials. there pretty much legendary in the production forum world.

  18. mhsaccount says:

    haha the title is exactly what i typed in google. when i saw vespers vid i was like yesssssssssssss?

  19. screendrem says:

    why would you sell Vintage warmer 2? It’s amazing. Once I discovered vintage warmer, I couldn’t go without it.? It gives the same kind of dimension to sound as putting audio to tape. If you work in any DAW I think you need Vintage warmer.