MultiTrack Pro Ableton WAV Stems

What you get - 14 stems (WAV) + Ableton session file

Stem order:


- Two Bar Intro Click


- Lead Vox


- Backing Vox


- Acoustic Guitar


- Electric Guitar 1


- Electric Guitar 2


- Keyboards 1


- Keyboards 2


- Bass


- Drums


- Extras (more guitars/ keys/ programming etc - song specific)


- Click


- Shaker (natural click)


- Vox Cue - spoken word vocal cue (lyrics, count-ins, sections, endings etc)


You can download a free trial here and Live Intro starts at $99/£79


In short we’ve done all the hard work for you. Simply buy and download the songs you want, click on the Ableton icon in your downloaded zip file and its all set up for you and ready to go. We’ve even pre configured the song section marker points!

All our tracks have lead and background vocals, a click track, shaker click, a separate two bar intro click and even a spoken word vocal cue for intros, endings, song sections and hard to remember lyrics.

We recommend Ableton because unlike other DAW music recording software it’s primarily designed to be used in a live environment. With Ableton Live you can easily jump between song sections, loop sections, change key, change tempo, build your own arrangements, record, build and import your own stems and loops, both on the fly and beforehand. In fact the only limit is your creativity!

Ableton is a very powerful tool but like any sequencing software does require a certain level of technical proficiency. If you are in any doubt of your ability to work with sequencing software or require a much simpler Multitrack system we suggest you look at our MultiTrack EZPZ software.

PC/Mac running Ableton Live 8, Live Intro or Live Lite or PC/Mac running DAW software (Pro Tools, Logic, Garageband Cubase etc). For hardware minimum specs check or the host site of your chosen DAW software.

Controlling the song arrangement at a touch of a button

You can easily jump around any song section at the touch of a button via your computer or any midi hand or foot controller. Ableton do a range of desktop control pads and many guitarists wanting a midi foot controller use the Behringer FCB1010 or the Keith McMillen Softstep.

Don’t I need some complex hardware? Not necessarily!

The easiest way is to simply hook up a cable from your computer’s headphone output into desk. This will effectively give you a two channel left/right output. But here’s the clever bit, our tracks are mixed mono/mono so you get exactly the same output left and right including the click tracks. This means you could send the clicks and instruments you need the band to hear to one side of the mix and the other instruments the congregation needs to hear to the other side. Instant separate Front of House and Foldback mixes!

If you want much more control over outputs and individual instrument foldback mixes you could add one of the many multichannel hardware interfaces out there. There are so many to choose from but check out brands like M Audio, Presonus, Focusrite, Apogee, Roland and MOTU.