Consolidating audio logic
you still have to either bounce with all processing bypassed, or create a blank bit of audio to paste where you want files to start/end and then merge/glue them together, and then rename all the files (in PT, by default it names them based on the channel name, no need to go through menus to do it or manually type it).i honestly cant figure out how logic's developers keep looking past this haha.
its so close to perfection, but they always seem to aim too high on new features and wind up neglecting the basic functionality/fixing bugs.
Jand Actually, the function you want for this, from within Logic, is "Export".
The only alternative I know of, is to bounce each track individually.
I probably can figure this out on my own later - but I won't be at my computer w/Logic probably for another couple of hours. ) I really miss the consolidate feature in Live as well, you could highlight any area and consolidate into a region.
It would be perfect if you had the ability to marquee select an area of a track and convert to an audio file!
This will create new audio files that only have region content.but, i was trying to do this tonight in logic 9 (i just upgraded from 8 ) and it appears theyve still skipped right past this feature.you still have to either bounce with all processing bypassed, or create a blank bit of audio to paste where you want files to start/end and then merge/glue them together, and then rename all the files (in PT, by default it names them based on the channel name, no need to go through menus to do it or manually type it).Thanks a Million Triplets, Timothyallen, and Tarekeith,..I think I'm feeling the "Export All Audio Tracks" option..I will also try the Merge/Glue way,..I really need to be able to import tracks and have them line up the right way; which is a feature that consolidation does very well in PT - however, I have used the "Export All Audio Tracks" feature in the past - and it really works like a charm in regards to starting things @ measure 1. Often if I want to do things the manual way, with the glue tool, I'll just copy back a very small portion of audio to bar 1 beat 1, and use it on every track I wish to glue.
At home I have Pro Tools LE, with a voice limit of 32. Be aware, that this function is pre-fader, meaning the fader value, and any automation on a track, is ignored. any plug-ins that are on a track will get printed onto the exported file.