Mastering in Ableton Live?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 21:27
I don't know where the red range is, but I can tell you if there is also a db scale. Digital audio of anything should always be under 0 db or else it will get distorted. In order to leave a margin, and allow for digital processing, it's good practice to keep the peaks no higher than about -5 db.
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Answer #2 | 24/12 2013 06:58
No, when using digital you should not be seeing red. Stick a limiter on the channel to resolve it (not the master bus)
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