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Old 09-19-2017, 11:31 PM
marcnyc marcnyc is offline
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Default click not rendered when committing tracks in pro tools

I am trying to commit some versions of songs with and without click (generated by the pro tools click plugin on an aux track) but when I commit the version with click the click is not on the committed track.
The only way to circumvent the problem I could think of is to first commit the click track to audio and then route the audio to my mix bus, but why do I need to go through this hoop? am I missing something?

Also I noticed that if I commit the track with 4 clicks or 8 clicks upfront the resulting audio just starts from where the music starts, not from the 2 bars before, in other words committing totally ignores click tracks it would seem. Is there a workaround?
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