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Bounce In Place Multi-Out Instruments - AUX


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Greetings,

 

I've been reading the threads on bouncing regions in place with multi-out instruments - the one particular comment made was:

 

"all you need to do is move those regions to the main instrument track (the one normally set to MIDI channel 1), change the channel parameter in that track's inspector to All, and Bounce the Track in Place checking the "Including Instrument Multi-outputs" and "As Additional Tracks" boxes."

 

1 - I tried exactly that, but when I bounce file in place - there is no (As Additional Tracks) box. I just get the (include Multi-outs). When I go ahead and bounce in place - I just get one audio track.

 

2 - Another issue I've noticed -> in the arrange window: when I move a MIDI region to the main instrument track, it over rides the original MIDI data that's already on that main instrument track.

 

3 - All I'm trying to do is to bounce all midi tracks into audio file for a mixing session. Would it be better to use the export option (Export- All Tracks As Audio Files) as an alternative - for those using multi-out AUX tracks in their mixes?

 

Am I missing some detail?

I'd appreciate any suggestions.

 

M.

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"all you need to do is move those regions to the main instrument track (the one normally set to MIDI channel 1), change the channel parameter in that track's inspector to All, and Bounce the Track in Place checking the "Including Instrument Multi-outputs" and "As Additional Tracks" boxes."

 

1 - I tried exactly that, but when I bounce file in place - there is no (As Additional Tracks) box.

 

That checkbox is only available when bouncing the track in place. Sounds like you're Bouncing a region in place. Do Control-Command-B for Bounce Track In Place while having the main instrument track selected.

 

J.

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Eric and Jordi - both are right.

 

- I completely forgot about the overlapping regions mode.

- And Control-Command-B does the job perfectly without any problems.

 

Thank you again for your help and I appreciate your clarity.

 

Best,

M.

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  • 3 years later...

Wow I chased this one around for a while!

Finally an answer!

 

Command Control B

 

Is Bounce Track In Place available somewhere besides a key command?

I could not find Bounce Track In Place under the Track menu.

I use the contextual menu to Bounce In Place all the time but, alas, this is for bouncing a Region In place.

So many tools that work only half the time.

So many unnecessary mysteries.

Thanks again for being there Logic Pro Help!

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I found that sometimes bouncing a track in place doesn't quite work right, but bouncing regions in place is able to work right. If you select the track header, then all the regions on the track are selected, then hit bounce regions in place...and its effectively the same as bouncing track in place.

 

FWIW.

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I found that sometimes bouncing a track in place doesn't quite work right, but bouncing regions in place is able to work right. If you select the track header, then all the regions on the track are selected, then hit bounce regions in place...and its effectively the same as bouncing track in place.

 

FWIW.

I thought this too but it turns out in my case it was user error. :mrgreen:

Here's how I bounce in track for a multi-output.

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