Consolidating audio files logic

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But to make collaborating simple and flexible, you can export all your tracks as audio files (without any mix settings) for easy importing into other DAWs.To export your tracks as audio, do the following: When you export all your tracks as audio files, you’re also future-proofing your tracks.I have successfully created a new audio track, then routed say all 3 or 4 other audio tracks to that one channel and recorded in real time.

But to make collaborating simple and flexible, you can export all your tracks as audio files (without any mix settings) for easy importing into other DAWs.To export your tracks as audio, do the following: When you export all your tracks as audio files, you’re also future-proofing your tracks.I have successfully created a new audio track, then routed say all 3 or 4 other audio tracks to that one channel and recorded in real time.

Studios that use Pro Tools or other digital audio workstations (DAWs) often have Logic Pro installed, as well.

After a fairly tedious morning of fiddling, I thought I'd share my findings in the form of a confirmed workflow for moving a session back and forth between the two workstations.

Following these directions, you'll be able to maintain region definitions (with the ability to edit later depending on how you set the region handles on the initial export), region names, track names, midi tracks, location markers, and tempo changes.

This is the fundamental point of most people's frustration and trouble with OMF and AAF files.

These notes were made bouncing around between Pro Tools 10 and Logic 9. Unfortunately, you'll need to find this heinously named badboy in the Audio Files folder of the AAF folder.

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