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Old 11-11-2013, 11:57 AM
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Like a lot of folks, I really do like the offline bounce options. What I wish we could do, though, is do an offline bounce that would allow us to save each track of the mix separately (in either stereo or mono) all at once. One bounce...all multiple tracks separately out. That would save a lot of time!

If it can be bounced that way, then I'm not seeing how to do it in the manual.
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PTHD allows up to 16 paths. Mono, Stereo, Surround.

http://www.avidblogs.com/pro-tools-1...ve-processing/
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Old 11-12-2013, 07:21 AM
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PTHD allows up to 16 paths. Mono, Stereo, Surround.

http://www.avidblogs.com/pro-tools-1...ve-processing/
Meant to call this thread "offline" bounce..oops! Anyway, I knew I had seen this feature somewhere...forgot it was for HD users only! Oh well...
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Old 11-12-2013, 07:53 AM
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Not too difficult to achieve via solo. Just solo the track you want to bounce and bounce it. Move to the next track...

Shouldn't take too long
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Not too difficult to achieve via solo. Just solo the track you want to bounce and bounce it. Move to the next track...

Shouldn't take too long
Yeah, I know...that's what I've been doing. Would be faster all at once though! C'est la vie!
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I second this -

I am currently working on a sound library of around 275 compositions - first round of thousands, and I need to mix all of them, and bounce the entire track and just the instrumental, and all stems, as WAV and MP3..... granted 11(HD) makes this much faster with offline bounce, I could still use a setting that would let me bounce each track separately

Would be a huge time save. IdeaScale? hmmmm

PT has come a long way, but this is still a standard of other softwares (such as Cakewalks Sonar for example, and I'm sure others)
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If bouncing all of this simultaneously how would you achieve the proper isolation of reverbs, delays, etc? For example, when creating a lead vocal split you only want the reverb to process the vocal (which would then be included in that lead vocal split), but if bouncing multiple splits at once then your reverb will also be processing, and therefore including, all of those tracks which are sent to it at once. Same with delays and other things in a send/return scenario. So the lead vocal split would contain reverb from the background vocals, and vice versa, and on and on.
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