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Spiderman
07-28-2011, 02:32 PM
I have a question......

seal
07-28-2011, 02:35 PM
I'm nice...shoot

Spiderman
07-28-2011, 02:44 PM
IS there a way to bounce a project without listening to it?

Like with audacity, it just exports it.

With pro tools I gotta listen to the whole thing.

If the project is 1 hour I gotta listen for an hour to it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Is there a way around this??

seal
07-28-2011, 03:04 PM
IS there a way to bounce a project without listening to it?

Like with audacity, it just exports it.

With pro tools I gotta listen to the whole thing.

If the project is 1 hour I gotta listen for an hour to it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Is there a way around this??

...LOL... yeah bro. Which version you got. I have 8 and worked on 7 for like 3 years. So if you have any version close to that it's pretty much the same.

On the Right hand side there is the Box for your Audio Recorded.

Are you trying to bounce a single track or are you trying to bounce your entire compiliation?

Spiderman
07-28-2011, 03:36 PM
The entire thing.....

Got pro tools LE 8

seal
07-28-2011, 03:43 PM
The entire thing.....

Got pro tools LE 8

What you would have to do is click on all of your selections you want in your file.

Go to the right pull out box and hoover over the top part of the pull out box...

A drop down should appear.

You want to export audio as file to your desktop perhaps

You can name it and export it either Mono, Stereo, AIFF, etc

Let me know if this helps

Grace and Peace,
seal

djnoyze
07-28-2011, 07:09 PM
What you would have to do is click on all of your selections you want in your file.

Go to the right pull out box and hoover over the top part of the pull out box...

A drop down should appear.

You want to export audio as file to your desktop perhaps

You can name it and export it either Mono, Stereo, AIFF, etc

Let me know if this helps

Grace and Peace,
sealThis doesn't help though if you've inserted real time effects into the channels. You would want to write those effects to the file first and then export it. I haven't tried exporting more than two tracks in a while in PT, but I thought that if you tried to export 8 tracks as files, it would simply export 8 separate files.

What I end up doing for two track sermon audio that I add bumper audio to, is to simply drag one track on top of another track and do an open crossfade on it.

I imagine the process would work for multiple tracks, but it could get time consuming unless you do a "consolidate" audio files over the whole length of the piece...