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Old 14th September 2011
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Exporting audio

I want to be able to export all my tracks as individual WAV files all at the same time because i really don't want to have to wait to export 15 audio tracks in 3 projects i am currently working on, which would take far too much time. Any ideas guys?
Old 14th September 2011
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what program are you using?
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haha pro tools 9, I've just copied and pasted this off of my pro tools forum thread. My bad
Old 15th September 2011
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Originally Posted by hounddog666 View Post
I want to be able to export all my tracks as individual WAV files all at the same time because i really don't want to have to wait to export 15 audio tracks in 3 projects i am currently working on, which would take far too much time. Any ideas guys?
So what is your ultimate goal? Are these individual tracks from three different protools sessions that you want individual bounces of? Are there edits / multiple regions on each track? Are they supposed to line up with eachother in another session (perhaps in a different program)?

My initial thought is to just consolidate the regions in protools and then go into the session's audio files folder and take them out. Of course doing this won't give you any of the processing / plugins that you may have used in the session. If you need that stuff, then suck it up and bounce the tracks individually.
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If you require the processing that you have applied to each track to be rendered with the exports I would do the following:

1. Create a new audio track for each of the tracks you wish to export.
2. Assign the outputs of your current audio tracks to spare busses.
3. Assign the inputs of the new audio tracks to the corresponding busses.
4. Record enable the new tracks and let the song record through.
5. Select the new regions that you've just created.
6. Export from the regions list

If you don't require the processing you've applied to each track, then just consolidate every track and the export from the regions list.

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