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Old 06-26-2011, 09:35 PM
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Good evening everyone, well I finally for the first time bounced a tune on PT9, but I'm ended up with two separate file?, a left & a right wave file?, I'm sure it something I'm overlooking. Appreciate you help, thanks.
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When you get to the bounce options, select "Interleaved" not "Multiple Mono" from the format drop-down
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When you get to the bounce options, select "Interleaved" not "Multiple Mono" from the format drop-down
Thanks Kenmillerjr, much appreciated, have a great week.
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u too, I was so pissed the first time I bounced something from PT and had the same problem. "This program sucks!" then...I realized what I did! Ha!!
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u too, I was so pissed the first time I bounced something from PT and had the same problem. "This program sucks!" then...I realized what I did! Ha!!
LOL, bless you and your family for your service.
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