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How To Export In Logic

Exporting in Logic For Mixing:

From the Arrange page choose File > Export > All Tracks As Audio Files

Remember to export them as 24-bit wav or AIFF files, or, if you must, SD II files (just remember SD II only supports sample rates up to 48kHz).


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How To Export In Pro Tools

If Your Using A Mac:

1. Ensure that the audio tracks are all named clearly

2. Highlight all the audio in the Edit Window and make sure you have successfully selected before the beginning of the early-most region and after the end of the last-most region.

3. Press and hold Option and Shift, and while pressing them, press "3" (the one above the QWERTY keyboard, not the numeric keypad).

Alternatively, you could select "Consolidate Selection" from the Edit pull-down menu.

4. To export these new files, highlight them all to select them, and press Command + Shift + "K".

Alternatively, you could select "Export Selected as Files" from the Audio Regions List pull-down menu.

Remember to export them as 24-bit wav or AIFF files, using the "(Multiple) Mono" format.

If Your Using A PC:

1. Ensure that the audio tracks are all clearly named.

2. Highlight all the audio in the Edit Window, making sure you've successfully selected before the beginning of the early-most region and after the end of the last-most region.

3. Press and hold Alt and Shift, and while pressing them, press "3" (the one above the QWERTY keyboard, not the numeric keypad).

Alternatively, you could select "Consolidate Selection" from the Edit pull-down menu.

4. To export these new files, highlight them all to select them, and press CNTRL + Shift + "K".

Alternatively, you could select "Export Selected as Files" from the Audio Regions List pull-down menu.

Remember to export them as 24-bit wav or AIFF files, using the "(Multiple) Mono" format.


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How To Export In Reaper

Exporting in Reaper For Mixing:

1. Highlight from 0:00:00.000 to just past the end of the song. This ensures all tracks will line up correctly when i import it into my program.

2. Solo the first track.

3. Now, from the File Menu, you select "Render".

4. When that's done, you un-solo the 1st track, and solo the 2nd track.

5. From the File Menu, select "Render".

6. Repeat this with every track until every single track has been rendered


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How To Export in Reason

Exporting in Reason For Mixing:

1. First, set start marker to Bar 1.

2. Then set the end marker to the end of the song - You can leave a little space so it goes just beyond the end.

3. Solo the first track, preferably using the sequencer, not the mixer.

4. From the File menu, select "Export Loop As Audio File".

5.Choose the export format. Remember, use 24-bit Wav or AIFF format

6. Click "Save".

7.Repeat these steps until each track is exported.


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