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In our last instalment, we recorded a Session View jam and ended up with a structure laid out in Live’s Arrangement View timeline. This is a necessary final step before we export our finished stereo mix. But final doesn’t always mean final.

No, that recording process isn’t quite the end of things. Because we’re recording clip-launch and device information as automation rather than audio, everything is still up for grabs. You might have to make a

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