You don't need to solo the tracks, actually. Just use export multiple.
I think that in the newer versions, the white space (silence) at the
start is preserved on export. This means that you don't have trouble
with the alignment. The downside is that you have a lot of wasted
space in the file.
I would personally export all clip by clip (after "Detach at Silences*).
I certainly could write a Nyquist plug-in that does that.
For some DAWs, one could even create a project in this way (Reaper for
If this isn't possible, you would have to provide the correct start
times in e.g. a spreadsheet.
If ever possible, use a demo version of the target DAW and place the
Otherwise, stick to the first proposal, export all tracks incl.
silence and the receiver can remove the leading/trailing space later.
On 08/03/2020, Rich De Steno <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I know that stems are separate tracks from a multitrack recorded song,
such as the guitars, the drums, the bass, and so on. I also know that
if I were to create them from an Audacity project, I would solo each
item and export it as a wav file. Here is my question. If you do this,
how do you keep the separate tracks in alignment so that someone
receiving them can make the desired adjustments in the mix? How does
one package these separate tracks and deliver them to someone who will
be making these adjustments?
Rich De Steno
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