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September 1, 2009

STEP 1: Insert a multichannel virtual instrument plug-in on a MIDI track.

STEP 2: Create a group of MIDI tracks for the sub-instruments (channels) you want to freeze.

STEP 3: Insert an External Instrument on each sub-instrument track and route it to the virtual instrument plug-in.

STEP 4: Create scenes or an arrangement

STEP 5: Freeze the MIDI sub-instrument tracks to reduce CPU load or preserve random elements.

STEP 6: Consolidate audio freeze files in Arrangement view to convert the bit-depth to the setting in Live's preferences.

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