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Old 11-18-2002, 09:16 PM
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Default Finally a solution for bouncing midi to wav!

The only audio hardware i have is the very reliable Creative PCI128.

1. In the Windows Mixer, set the recording source to either Synthesizer, Mixed Output, or whichever is playing your midi.

2. In the PTF session where you have midi tracks, create a new audio track.

3. Mute the new audio track, otherwise you will hear infinitely looping feedback when you arm the track.

4. Arm the new audio track for recording.

5. (Optional) Mute existing tracks (audio or midi) you don't want to include in the bounce.

6. Hit Record.

You can also use this procedure for bouncing all of your tracks (both audio and midi) as long as you have one spare audio track.
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