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Old 05-23-2006, 10:54 PM
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Default How To \"Print\" Track?

HI,

THis is a newbee question.
1. Does it mean routing the output to a new track and bouncing realtime?
2. If not, what is the proper way to do it?

I want my guitar tracks with amplitube setting printed permanently to reduce CPU task.

thanks.


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Old 05-23-2006, 11:47 PM
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More than one way to do this. But for your purpose, use the method below.

Here is how I do it. Pics and all.

Use this method and you'll get very fast and productive while keeping your session well organized.

Hope that helps.

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Old 05-24-2006, 09:22 PM
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Thanks Shan!

That's what I'm doing now. So there's really no way to do it other than real time huh.
I am printing my Drumagog Snare and Kick tracks. It's a demo version and I only have 6 days left to use it.

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...So there's really no way to do it other than real time huh.
Not at this time. A very common requested feature over the years. I'm sure we'll get it someday.

What you can do is fill out the feature request form and ask for it.

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yeah...a quick-MIXDOWN feature is really an ultimate wish for those who does not use outboard processors/plug-ins.

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