Bouncing down a mix and making an MP3


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Bouncing down a mix and making an MP3

Bouncing means to combine all of the tracks in your Pro Tools session into one file, so you can burn it onto a CD or make an MP3 to post online. When you bounce in Pro Tools, what you hear is what you get. If a track is muted, it won't be in the bounced file. If you've soloed a track, that's all you'll get in the bounce. MIDI regions and instrument tracks don't need to be converted to audio tracks. As long as you can hear the tracks on playback, they'll be in the bounce. So let me show you how to bounce a track.

First, we need to highlight the length of time that we want to bounce for. So, I've already setup a start and an end marker, and since the session is already back at the beginning of the session, for playback, I'm going to hit the Shift button and click on this End marker. And now, I've highlighted from the very beginning of the session, the start marker, to this end marker. That's how long I want the bounce to be. Next, go to File > Bou...

Bouncing down a mix and making an MP3
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Bouncing down a mix and making an MP3 provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 9 Essential Training

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