Hey everyone, it's Oscar here with MultiTracks. I want to share a quick tip on how I use Ableton's group tracks function. Grouping tracks is a great way to organize your tracks for live mixing and adjustments. It gives you the ability to control more sounds with less mapping to your MIDI device. I group my tracks by the instrument they belong to, loops, guitars, keyboards and strings are all separate groups. So when I go to map them to either my MIDI keyboard or my iPad I only have one fader for each instrument. Lately, I've been doing this more and more since many of our new MultiTrack sessions can have up to 20 + stems. During sound check I found myself spending too much time adjusting individual faders. Now, by grouping the tracks has saved me some time during sound check, but it does require some set up time beforehand. Here are the steps to be able to do this.