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Reason users: Track export question. Virtual Instrument Plugins
Old 23rd May 2006
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Reason users: Track export question.

Is it possible to export individual Reason tracks as either WAV or AIFF files without actually rewiring into another DAW? If so, can you please list step by step instructions? I have a client who wants to get some tracks for me to mix but don't know how to export it. I don't use Reason nor ever meseed with it so I can't tell him. Any advice would be greatly apppreciated. Thanks.
Old 23rd May 2006
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Easy to do. Just mute the tracks that you don't want mixed and go to the file tab.
Click export loop or song if it is the whole song and repeat until all tracks are bounced. Load into your favorite audio software and mix to taste.
It takes a little work but not hard at all. I myself would just get reason myself. Load his file, and rewire it. This means that you will need all his samples and sounds or reason sample packs etc.. that he used. Also any presets he made for the track. It seems to be too much work but you can smile because he has to load all his stuff he paid for on your system. I know, I know, everyone is going to say that is stealing but who gives a ****. fuuck You might not ever use the sounds again but you will have them all the same.

Purchase what you need. Accept what you can.
Old 23rd May 2006
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Piece of cake.

You'd do it the same way you would with any other software.

Just solo whichever channel you want (mido solo or audio solo) then export the file to a 16 or 24 bit wav or aiff.

Make sure you set up the LR locators at the start and end of what you want exported. Also, make sure you bypass the FX units (unless you want them in the bounce).

The only time consuming thing is muting/soloing. The exports (on a decent machine) are quite fast.

Then just take your tracks, wack em in your HD multitracker and mix away. And if you set the left locator the same for all of them, you just wack em all at the start of the session and bingo.

Simple.
Old 23rd May 2006
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Beat me.......just.....
Old 23rd May 2006
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So it'll have to be done one track at a time? Don't get me wrong. I'm not complaining. I won't be the one doing the exporting.

Thanks for the tips guys.
Old 23rd May 2006
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yea and what he said too thumbsup
Old 23rd May 2006
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One track at a time.
It's easy.
Make sure he names them.
And exports them at the same sample rate. 16 or 24 bit.
Also get him to write down the BPM. I hate when someone brings me a track and does not know the BPM.
Old 18th March 2014
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yes but its whole alot of work if you have alot of tracks.. FL studio has ''render as separate tracks'' it is great advantage ,you get each track rendered separately..no neeed to slolo **** ..that really sucks.the guys from proppelerhead should really think about that!
Old 18th March 2014
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Originally Posted by dimov View Post
yes but its whole alot of work if you have alot of tracks.. FL studio has ''render as separate tracks'' it is great advantage ,you get each track rendered separately..no neeed to slolo **** ..that really sucks.the guys from proppelerhead should really think about that!
you can export tracks separately in reason without soloing. this thread is very old
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