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Chapter 18. Exporting & Rendering Tracks > Bouncing Multiple Tracks

Bouncing Multiple Tracks

You may encounter a problem if you record in Cubase but want to mix your song in another program, such as Pro Tools or Digital Performer, or on another system. One way to eliminate the problem is to bounce every track in your project. Doing this chews up hard disk space quickly, but you will finish with a discrete file for each track that is exactly the same length as the original, which then can be imported into another application for mixing.

To bounce more than one track

1.
Set up events and parts with all edits, fades, and crossfades just as you want them.

Figure 18.4 shows a group of three tracks that will be bounced.

Figure 18.4. Three tracks before a bounce.


2.
From the toolbar or context menu, choose the Range Selection tool.

3.
Using the Range Selection tool, select the intended range for the tracks that you want to bounce (Figure 18.5).

Figure 18.5. The Range Selection tool selecting all of the tracks.


4.
Open the context menu and select Audio > Bounce Selection, or do the same using the Audio menu.

5.
In the dialog box that opens, select Replace.

The bounced tracks will replace the originals (Figure 18.6). Those files can be imported to another platform for mixing.

Figure 18.6. After the bounce, each track is continuous and includes the edits and fades from the original events.



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