Bounce down a mix Pro Tools 10


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Bouncing down a mix

Bouncing means to combine all of the tracks in your Pro Tools session into one file, usually a stereo file, so that 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 that you're going to get in your bounce. MIDI clips and instrument tracks don't need to be converted to audio tracks. As long as you can hear the tracks on playback, they will be in the bounce.

So let me show you how to bounce a track. First, in the Edit window highlight the length of time that you want your song to be. What I usually like to do is create markers at the start and end, and then it makes it really easy to just click on one of the markers, press Shift, and then click on the other, and that highlights the entire range of time that I want to bounce. If you leave it open ended then Pro Tools is going to bounce until the very last piece of...

Bouncing down a mix
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Bouncing down a mix provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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