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I’ve been experiencing audio dropouts while making music in Ableton Live. Why could this be happening?

There could be several reasons for audio dropouts in Ableton Live:

  • High CPU usage
  • Small buffer size
  • Too high sample rate or bit depth
  • Low computer specs
  • Other programs running simultaneously

If the CPU usage is high, you can improve the situation by lowering the sample rate or bit depth of your audio tracks, or by increasing the buffer size. A small buffer size makes audio dropouts more likely. If the sample rate or bit depth is too high and your computer specs are low, you might experience audio dropouts. If your computer’s specs are low, you can improve the situation by lowering the sample rate or bit depth of your audio tracks, or by increasing the buffer size. Running other programs at the same time can increase CPU usage and cause audio dropouts.

If you’ve checked all these reasons and are still experiencing audio dropouts, there may be an issue with your Ableton Live installation. In that case, contact Ableton Live support.

Here are some tips to resolve the issue of audio dropouts:

  • Lower the sample rate or bit depth of your audio tracks
  • Increase the buffer size
  • Upgrade your computer specs
  • Close other programs
  • Reinstall Ableton Live

If you’ve tried these tips and still experience audio dropouts, contact Ableton Live support.


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