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Old 04-19-2013, 03:06 PM
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Default Is it possible to bounce each track to a different wave file?

If I have a PT session with 20 different tracks, is it possible to bounce them all at once to 20 different wave files - one for each track?
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Old 04-19-2013, 03:15 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to bounce each track to a different wave file?

Wait about a month. PT11 can do. PT10 can't.
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Old 04-19-2013, 03:19 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to bounce each track to a different wave file?

Sort of... I mean, you can do it indavidually... But i imagine you wanted to do it simultanously without having to mute and unmute each track you want to bounce, correct?
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Old 04-19-2013, 03:32 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to bounce each track to a different wave file?

one could do it with Busses
each tack would require 1 Bus and 1 new Track to record onto
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Old 04-19-2013, 03:41 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to bounce each track to a different wave file?

If there is no automation, processing (plugs), etc.. you can consoidate everything on each track so that it is one continuous clip, click on the clip, go to the regions/glip list and export clip as file, select destination, and there you go.
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Old 04-19-2013, 03:56 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to bounce each track to a different wave file?

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Wait about a month. PT11 can do. PT10 can't.
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Sort of... I mean, you can do it indavidually... But i imagine you wanted to do it simultanously without having to mute and unmute each track you want to bounce, correct?
Well, I wanna do it in one and the same bounce in order to save time.
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one could do it with Busses
each tack would require 1 Bus and 1 new Track to record onto
And then fetch the wave files from the session audio folder?
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If there is no automation, processing (plugs), etc.. you can consoidate everything on each track so that it is one continuous clip, click on the clip, go to the regions/glip list and export clip as file, select destination, and there you go.
I have plugs and automation that I want included in the bounce.

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Old 04-19-2013, 04:16 PM
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Well, I wanna do it one and the same bounce in order to save time.

And then fetch the wave files from the session audio folder?

I have plugs and automation that I want included in the bounce.
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To do in one bounce with processeing, automation, etc... You'll have to create a new audio track for each track you want to make a wave file, record to them, and then export the new tracks/audio files/clips as described above.

One thing that's handy is to put a basic identifier at the begining of each new track name such as 1 kick in, 1 kick out, 1 sn t, 1 sn b, etc... That way all of your new clips will be gathered together in your clip bin. Highlight and export to a new destination. Takes marginally less time than searching out the files via finder or folder and all of your new audio files will be located in one easy place.

Then again, there are probably 4 different ways of doing it.. that's how I would approach it.
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:13 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to bounce each track to a different wave file?

I think he mean bouncing each track to a hdd.
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:27 PM
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I think he mean bouncing each track to a hdd.
Same difference.. sort of. The only way to do it is to send to new wav files in a directory that will allow you to copy them somewhere. Exporting clips is the fastest way I've found so far. You can export any number of clips to a directory of choice.

The only way to do so with processing is to record to a new track and then export. PT11 has new functionality that will make this obsolete, (mostly), from what I understand.
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