Consolidating tracks in pro tools

04-Apr-2017 00:21

if he does, then a simple busing and printing from one track to the next will print out all processing. I guess Shaun's suggestion will be the safest, because you can also listen and stop if there's somerhing not sounding right. If you need to create individual files you could use strip silence, but that of course depends on your audio content.pretty standard if he does have plugin processing on the channel he can copy/paste the plugin setting to the same plug in in audiosuite and render it out. Copy/paste from TDM/RTAS to AS is great if everything on the channel remains constant. If I understand correctly you want to "batch export" your regions/clips so you don't have to export them one by one? If there are silences in your files that need te stay there you could use Quickeys to automate a process of selecting the original regions and then using the selection to create the new clips from your recording/bounce. ;) Thanks for the suggestions everyone, sounds like bussing or consolidation is the way to go.Live users who want to work with a Logic user), for when collaborators don’t have the same plug-ins, and for when the project owner doesn’t want to share too much information about how he or she produces but is still interested in collaborating.Before we can share stems there are few important steps to follow in order to properly prepare your projects.A little pre-planning will go a long way to avoid headaches down the line.

When the bounce window pops, in the bounce source, select the proper output.

But, if you've added any automation; volume, pan, plug-in, And if I may add to that, remember that consolidated clips are named after the track they're on.

So for instance trackname ' SFX 1' will be the first part of all your clips with an incremental number added to that.

It will give your collaborator an easier overview to work with and will hopefully save some time.

Refer to your discussion with your collaborator to figure out which effects you want to leave on for the stems, and which ones you want to bypass.

When the bounce window pops, in the bounce source, select the proper output.

But, if you've added any automation; volume, pan, plug-in, And if I may add to that, remember that consolidated clips are named after the track they're on.

So for instance trackname ' SFX 1' will be the first part of all your clips with an incremental number added to that.

It will give your collaborator an easier overview to work with and will hopefully save some time.

Refer to your discussion with your collaborator to figure out which effects you want to leave on for the stems, and which ones you want to bypass.

After you render the clip gain, then consolidate your regions and export them.