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brianwonglh
08-19-2013, 01:17 AM
Hi guys :) Just wanna get some opinion and hopefully tips on the quickest way to bounce splits (in my case SFX, SOT, Full Mix, Music) in PT9!

Here's what I've come up with:

1. Using Region Groups, copy audio four times.
2. In Grid Mode, space out the groups with 5 second intervals.
3. Group all tracks into its respective Auxes. (SOT, SFX, Music)
4. Apply limiter on the Auxes.
5. Send signal (0dB) from Auxes into a bus.
6. "solo" the Auxes that I need for each split by using Automation. (Mute)
7. Create Stereo Track, input is the bus I selected earlier.
8. Record Track.
9. Using Grid Mode, cut the long file into the different splits I require.
10. Export Regions as files.

I figured that this would save me time from having to come back every 22mins to change parameters before bouncing again, what do you guys think?

joachim
08-20-2013, 01:15 AM
why not :
SOT Aux feeds in a designated audio track (set to a dummy output)
SFX Aux feeds in a designated audio track (set to a dummy output)
Music Aux feeds in a designated audio track (set to a dummy output),

SOT / SFX / Music Auxes all feed with an additional output to another designated audio track (main out)

splits and full mix all recorded in one pass

Kris75
08-23-2013, 11:28 PM
why not :
SOT Aux feeds in a designated audio track (set to a dummy output)
SFX Aux feeds in a designated audio track (set to a dummy output)
Music Aux feeds in a designated audio track (set to a dummy output),

SOT / SFX / Music Auxes all feed with an additional output to another designated audio track (main out)

splits and full mix all recorded in one pass

This is how I work as well. Everything gets done at one time.