Bouncing down master recordings


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Bouncing down master recordings

Once you have added all your mastering effects, tweaked each individual song to create a cohesive sounding final product and edit all volume rights for any fade-ins or fade-outs, then you are ready to bounce the final master tracks so you can burn them on to a CD, DVD, or create MP3s. To begin the bouncing process, first select the exact amount of time that you want to bounce. I usually create markers at the start or end of each song and highlight the area between the markers, like this. Right now, I have got this entire region highlighted. So if I click the Marker Add button, it's going to add one right at the very beginning of that region.

Now I can zoom in and figure out exactly where I want the ending marker to go, drop that right in there and add the marker. I could just highlight this whole region if I wanted to as well, but if I want to actually add a little bit more to the beginning or to the end, some empty space, then this is a good way to go using the markers. So if I cl...

Bouncing down master recordings
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Bouncing down master recordings provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 8 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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