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If you have a particular sound that is embedded into a wave file containing other sounds, the only mechanism anyone has for isolating that sound and excluding all other sounds is through filtering BUT this probably won't work in a general sense because.... A particular sound may be (say) a flute and its characteristic timbre is produced by a series of ...
Try using "Gate" to eliminate unwanted frequencies Try splitting (ctrl + E) the audio sample in arrangement view, to isolate tiny bits.
There is no feature like this in Live. The closest thing I can think of is arming all tracks for recording, and capturing all audio, MIDI, and parameter movements (as automation). You'll be able to generally hear what happened and see what device parameters were changed, but you won't have a visual display of where your mouse moved, what windows you had ...
If you use fruity loops, you would do well to try out Synapse Orion, I think you'll like it. Ultimately, FL is so good nowadays that you really only need to use something else if it lets you do things FL just won't. Therefore, I would suggest that you try Ableton rewired with FL or Orion. Ableton opens up SO MUCH with regards to getting things in time.
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