[ddots-l] Re: Best Way to Share Sonar Audio?

You wrote (way, way down at the bottom of the message: "What if you have a 
track that goes to a bus that has effects on it?
Would it export the track with the effect from the bus?"

Only if you selected "What you hear"
Dave Carlson
Composed on a Dell Latitude 630 in the general vicinity of my Audio 
Recording and Mixing Studios, San Francisco Bay Area.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Craig" <facecraig@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: "Dominique" <40493raywonder@xxxxxxxxx>; "Chris Smart" 
<csmart8@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, July 08, 2011 16:38
Subject: [ddots-l] Re: Best Way to Share Sonar Audio?


On 7/8/2011 7:15 PM, Dominique wrote:
> I can answer that one!
>
> 1. Select all with alt+enter 3 times qwickly to select all tracks from
> start to end.
> 2. Go to file menu, with Alt+F and choose "e" for export and press
> enter on Audio.
> 3. Left Arrow o the "*" and delete it, making sure to keep .wav there,
> and press tab to the preset combo box and open it and choose "Tracks".
> 4. Tab to the list of tracks list combo box, and make sure the tracks
> you want are there, and press tab to choose where they should save.
> It's recommended that if you are going to do this that you choose the
> path, and make sure the path you choose say, My documents, is open,
> within the folder vew, adn make sure JAWS is saying "Not selected" and
> then aplications key and arrow up to new, and in the emnu, choose "new
> folder."
>
> Name the folder such as, My mix Down of ... replacing ... with your
> project name, and press enter. JAWS should be placed on that folder
> right away, and if not, press space to select it, just incase.
> 5. Aftter that folder is open, tab back to the "File name" list and
> see if your title is there, if so, press enter, or tab to the file
> type, and choose the type you want. If your passing this along, then
> either choose .flac or .wav to keep quality of sounds in folder. This
> will export all of your project's files, Midi, etc as there own seprit
> audio tracks, and will be lind up also.
>
> So that means, if you export, then if there's sylence on track 1 for 8
> bars, then it'll also be there on the mixed down copy.
> Make sure all of the mix down tracks stay as is, unless your gonna do
> a quick add to a  sound, or change or remove a part for whatever
> reason, and you should be good to go!
> Note, for some strange reason, with only one instence of Hypersonic or
> something and I export and I've used 10 insts, it'll for some reason
> use those 10 insts on just one track, and I have know idea why. The
> fix to that is for each inst, use a diffrence inst of Hypersonic.
> I really hate dooing that, though, but that's what I have to do when I
> bounce all of my files int o main .wav files and then freese the .Mid
> tracks.
> Anybody know what you'd do to fix all that?
>
> Dom
>
>
> On 7/8/2011 2:18 PM, Chris Smart wrote:
>> Hi folks.
>>
>> If you had a project containing many audio tracks, and you wanted to
>> export them to their own individual wave files, what would be the
>> quickest way to do this?  Each track should end up in its own wave file.
>>
>> File then Export then Audio seems to be a slow option, as you have to
>> do one track at a time.
>>
>> Or, if both people have Sonar, should they just use a bundle file?
>>
>> thanks
>> Chris
>>
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What if you have a track that goes to a bus that has effects on it?
Would it export the track with the effect from the bus?
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