Welcome to our "How to Export bar 1 beat 1" page.  In here you will find info on how to export tracks out of any DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) so they can be used in any other DAW. Every track starting from the beginning of the song (at bar 1, beat 1) and ending at the end of the audio on the track, for simple drag and drop into a blank session. Also, listed is if the DAW records time stamped Broadcast wave files. Just sent me the exported Bar1Beat1 files from your program, on a datadisc CDr, DVD or hard drive or upload it to our secure FTP server.  Please keep all files at the original recorded Sample rate and sample bit depth (24bit/48K, or 24/44, or 24/96) If you recorded and work on Protools, Samplitude, Adobe Audition or Logic 5.51 or earlier, you do not need to export the files to send to us, just send us the song's folder with all the files and session (PTF, VIP, SES, LSO).  For uploading to our ftp server, I do suggest export, for a smaller and quicker upload. Samplitude & Sequoia:  V11 and newer 1. Copy the projects folder to a new folder, so the original is far away from the process, Open the vip from this new location 2. select a track (just click a track to make it the active track) 3. choose "tools/bounce" and set it up as: Generate: Replace object in current VIP, select 24bit wav, choose Mono for mono tracks, stereo for stereo.. and the projects sample rate, don't convert at this time, see below...  - Horizontal- 'From VIP start to last object end'  - Routing - Choose ALL (ignore all routing)  - Vertical/special  "Only Selected Track" IF you have mono and stereo tracks in you VIP, if all are mono choose "multitrack bounce" Note: "Multitrack bounce" to place each track into its own file -BUT Only if all tracks are Mono or Stereo, or this will make them ALL 1 or the other.... 4. Hit ok and choose a folder to place the new files into, example create a file call it "bar1beat1" and place these new files into it. 5. When you are done with all the tracks, the folder contains the full project. 6. close the VIP Samplitude & Sequoia:  V8,9,10 1. Copy the projects folder to a new folder, so the original is far away from the process, Open the vip from this new location 2. In the mixer choose the "Bypass FX" button and then zero all faders (double click the faders to return them to zero) 3. select a track (just click a track to make it the active track) 4. choose "tools/bounce" and set it up as: select 24bit wav, choose Mono for mono tracks, stereo for stereo.. and the projects sample rate, don't convert at this time, see below Select: Replace object in current VIP source - 'From VIP start to last object end' choose "Process only active track" IF you have mono and stereo tracks in you VIP, if all are mono choose "multitrack bounce" Note: "Multitrack bounce" to place each track into its own file -BUT Only if all tracks are Mono or Stereo, or this will make them ALL 1 or the other.... 5. Hit ok and choose a folder to place the new files into, example create a file call it "bar1beat1" and place these new files into it. 6. When you are done with all the tracks, the folder contains the full project. 7. close the VIP Batch procession: Format conversion In SAM you can then you can then choose "Batch processing". Choose "add files" and add all of these new wave files, in the "Destination format" tab choose the new samples rate and choose "Ultra High quality 2" In the "Destination file" you can choose to "replace" or save the files with a new name and location, ( if you want choose "Save file to this directory" (choose a folder) then below under "file name suffix" type something to be added to the end of the new file, example -48k and the new files will have the same name (guitar.wav) but with -48k at the end (guitar-48k.wav) Defaults records "Broadcast wav, timestamped" Logic Windows 5.51 thru logic7 Record 2 sec of nothing, to create an empty audio object at the very beginning of an empty track, then copy it to each track (that does not already start at the start) at bar 1, beat1. Name with the Name tool the first object what ya want the track to be name, or choose, 'track name to objects' select all objects in 1 track choose the glue tool from the tool menu Glue repeat Logic 5.51, no time stamp, no broadcast wav Logic 7 and up: Convert all your DAE audio tracks to Core Audio (you can do this from the track info bar in the arrange window), move the song end pointer nearer to the end of your song and then choose "Export All Tracks As Audio" from File>Export. Logic will then consolidate all tracks separately from Bar 1 Beat 1 to the song end pointer. Beware! Save your song before you do this as all TDM/RTAS plug-ins will be lost when converting tracks to Core Audio.
ProTools HD/LE Select a range in the window starting at the start of the song on track 1 and drag right and down to the end of the song and last track, so all tracks used and all clips are selected. Then Choose "Consolidate" (option+shift+3) from the Edit menu.    This saves the exported tracks. Once done go to the Audio folder for the song and choose these new files, All the wave files should be the EXACT same size and be dated with a minute earlier as you just created them. Select these files and copy them to a new folder. You can zip this new folder and then send it to me via DropBox. Defaults records "Broadcast wav, timestamped" Digital Performer "With DP I had to put a little bit of recorded silence in the beginning at absolute 0 and then merge the tracks. DP would then join all of the pieces into one long track starting at absolute 0. Then I could pick them up in the audio files folder and drag them out for burning. " Nuendo/Cubase Make selection of all the tracks and length you want to export and then go to the edit menu and select "Bounce Selection." ...and... Control + A Then P Then Audio Bounce selection At Replace events dialogue choose replace Then archive the project to a New Folder selecting all the options ...or... "It occurs to me that there might be a need to access individual tracks. This is only a bit more complex: 1. Go to File/Save Project To New Folder, create a directory when prompted click "remove unused files" when prompted, give the project a name and proceed. The directory you created will have a sub-directory called Audio. All your files are in it. 2. Assuming you have some files in the original project that didn't start at bar 1, beat one, just hit Return To Zero, enable record on those tracks and record a tiny bit of audio at the start. Highlight those tracks, go to Audio/Bounce Selection and click New when prompted. This will create a file that starts at bar 1, beat 1. Follow step 1 above. You will now have files that all begin at bar 1, beat 1 and can be individually (or simultaneously) imported into another app." does record broadcast time stamped WAVE OR... The easiest way to do this: - Save as a new session and add the word EXPORT into the file name so that it is not mistaken for a working file. - For tracks that do already start at Bar 1 Beat 1, select all regions on that track, right click -> Audio -> Bounce. When prompted, selected "replace audio events" (or something to that effect). - For any tracks that do not start at Bat 1 Beat 1 you will need the pencil tool to draw in a new region at that point. Then follow the same process as above. - Once you have done this for all of your tracks go to "File->Save Project to New Folder...", create a new folder that is labelled appropriatedly and in select "remove unused audio files". Once this is done, your Audio folder of your newly created project folder will have all the raw files for your mix engineer. Be sure to take time to name and rename so that the files are self- explanatory (i.e. what instrument? What part of the song? Is it a Lead or Double?) - To clarify, there will be no *.cpr "session file" to bing. Only the audio. This method is the closest thing to bringing your mix engineer a tape reel with the raw audio tracks. It's pretty fool proof. Just make sure you test all of the newly exported files to make sure there are no sync issues and to make sure everything is there. Ableton Live ctrl/cmd in windows may be just "control" as used with "control+A" is select all. Or it may be "Cntrol+alt" or "control+shift" Make sure to name all tracks corresponding to what they play. Make sure you're in arrange view; if not, hit the tab key to get there. Hit ctrl/cmd+A to highlight everything. Then hit ctrl/cmd+J to consolidate all tracks, including warps, loops and what have we (but excluding inserts and send fx). The command to consolidate tracks is also available from the edit menu. Next, you'll have all tracks in the "sounds" folder for the project, ready to burn to DVD or transfer by other means. Adobe Audition 1. Select a range from end of song to start. 2. Double click under name in blank area to select all objects in a track, Or goto Edit/select all objects in track xx 3. Edit/Mixdown to file/selected audio clips 4. New wave file opens in editor window, File/save as Sonar 1) (RECOMMENDED) Create Folder on Desktop / Name for song 2) Go to wave screen 3) Edit > Select > All 4) File > Export > Audio 5) Under "File Name" type name of song or initials of name of song 6) Under "File Type" select "WAVE" 7) Under "Source Category" window select "Tracks" in drop down menu. 8) Under "Channel Format" window select "Mono" if all your tracks are in mono format or "Stereo" if all tracks were recorded in setereo format. (IF YOUR TRACKS ARE MIXED WITH MONO & STEREO SIMPLY SELECT - ONLY - MONO TRACKS AND SAVE THOSE THEN - STEREO - AND SAVE THOSE IN THEIR RESPECTIVE FORMATS. 9) Under "Sample Rate" select 44.1 or 48 or whatever you tracked at. 10) Under "Bit Depth" select 24 11) Under "Dithering" select Pow-r 3 (or Pow-r 2 if that is all that is available) 12) Under "Mix Enables" UNCHECK ALL BOXES except "Fast Bounce" and "64-bit Engine. 13) Now select the created folder on desktop for song files / click the "Export" button. When window opens telling what files will be exported click "OK" or "YES". 14) When "Extra Encoding Box" opens select 24 Bit PCM from drop down menu / Click OK. ...When bar at bottom of screen has completed going left to right you will have successfully exported your raw tracks to be mixed outside of Sonar. FL Studio choose "Split mixer tracks" from the Export / Options section, and FL automatically names each track with the name you save the wavs as and then whatever name you've given each track in the mixer channel so it'll be in the form "popsong_kick.wav" etc
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Welcome to our "How to Export bar 1 beat 1" page.  In here you will find info on how to export tracks out of any DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) so they can be used in any other DAW. Every track starting from the beginning of the song (at bar 1, beat 1) and ending at the end of the audio on the track, for simple drag and drop into a blank session. Also, listed is if the DAW records time stamped Broadcast wave files. Just sent me the exported Bar1Beat1 files from your program, on a datadisc CDr, DVD or hard drive or upload it to our secure FTP server.  Please keep all files at the original recorded Sample rate and sample bit depth (24bit/48K, or 24/44, or 24/96) If you recorded and work on Protools, Samplitude, Adobe Audition or Logic 5.51 or earlier, you do not need to export the files to send to us, just send us the song's folder with all the files and session (PTF, VIP, SES, LSO).  For uploading to our ftp server, I do suggest export, for a smaller and quicker upload. Samplitude & Sequoia:  v11, v12, Pro X,  1. Copy the projects folder to a new folder, so the original is far away from the process, Open the vip from this new location 2. select a track (just click a track to make it the active track) 3. choose "tools/bounce" and set it up as: Generate: Replace object in current VIP, select 24bit wav, choose Mono for mono tracks, stereo for stereo.. and the projects sample rate, don't convert at this time, see below...  - Horizontal- 'From VIP start to last object end'  - Routing - Choose ALL (ignore all routing)  - Vertical/special  "Only Selected Track" IF you have mono and stereo tracks in you VIP, if all are mono choose "multitrack bounce" Note: "Multitrack bounce" to place each track into its own file -BUT Only if all tracks are Mono or Stereo, or this will make them ALL 1 or the other.... 4. Hit ok and choose a folder to place the new files into, example create a file call it "bar1beat1" and place these new files into it. 5. When you are done with all the tracks, the folder contains the full project. 6. close the VIP Samplitude & Sequoia:  V8,9,10 1. Copy the projects folder to a new folder, so the original is far away from the process, Open the vip from this new location 2. In the mixer choose the "Bypass FX" button and then zero all faders (double click the faders to return them to zero) 3. select a track (just click a track to make it the active track) 4. choose "tools/bounce" and set it up as: select 24bit wav, choose Mono for mono tracks, stereo for stereo.. and the projects sample rate, don't convert at this time, see below Select: Replace object in current VIP source - 'From VIP start to last object end' choose "Process only active track" IF you have mono and stereo tracks in you VIP, if all are mono choose "multitrack bounce" Note: "Multitrack bounce" to place each track into its own file -BUT Only if all tracks are Mono or Stereo, or this will make them ALL 1 or the other.... 5. Hit ok and choose a folder to place the new files into, example create a file call it "bar1beat1" and place these new files into it. 6. When you are done with all the tracks, the folder contains the full project. 7. close the VIP Batch procession: Format conversion In SAM you can then you can then choose "Batch processing". Choose "add files" and add all of these new wave files, in the "Destination format" tab choose the new samples rate and choose "Ultra High quality 2" In the "Destination file" you can choose to "replace" or save the files with a new name and location, ( if you want choose "Save file to this directory" (choose a folder) then below under "file name suffix" type something to be added to the end of the new file, example -48k and the new files will have the same name (guitar.wav) but with -48k at the end (guitar- 48k.wav) Defaults records "Broadcast wav, timestamped" Logic Windows 5.51 thru logic7 Record 2 sec of nothing, to create an empty audio object at the very beginning of an empty track, then copy it to each track (that does not already start at the start) at bar 1, beat1. Name with the Name tool the first object what ya want the track to be name, or choose, 'track name to objects' select all objects in 1 track choose the glue tool from the tool menu Glue repeat Logic 5.51, no time stamp, no broadcast wav Logic 7 and up: Convert all your DAE audio tracks to Core Audio (you can do this from the track info bar in the arrange window), move the song end pointer nearer to the end of your song and then choose "Export All Tracks As Audio" from File>Export. Logic will then consolidate all tracks separately from Bar 1 Beat 1 to the song end pointer. Beware! Save your song before you do this as all TDM/RTAS plug-ins will be lost when converting tracks to Core Audio.
ProTools HD/LE Select a range in the window starting at bar one, choose "Consolidate" (option+shift+3) from the Edit menu. Defaults records "Broadcast wav, timestamped" Digital Performer "With DP I had to put a little bit of recorded silence in the beginning at absolute 0 and then merge the tracks. DP would then join all of the pieces into one long track starting at absolute 0. Then I could pick them up in the audio files folder and drag them out for burning. " Nuendo/Cubase Make selection of all the tracks and length you want to export and then go to the edit menu and select "Bounce Selection." ...and... Control + A Then P Then Audio Bounce selection At Replace events dialogue choose replace Then archive the project to a New Folder selecting all the options ...or... "It occurs to me that there might be a need to access individual tracks. This is only a bit more complex: 1. Go to File/Save Project To New Folder, create a directory when prompted click "remove unused files" when prompted, give the project a name and proceed. The directory you created will have a sub-directory called Audio. All your files are in it. 2. Assuming you have some files in the original project that didn't start at bar 1, beat one, just hit Return To Zero, enable record on those tracks and record a tiny bit of audio at the start. Highlight those tracks, go to Audio/Bounce Selection and click New when prompted. This will create a file that starts at bar 1, beat 1. Follow step 1 above. You will now have files that all begin at bar 1, beat 1 and can be individually (or simultaneously) imported into another app." does record broadcast time stamped WAVE Ableton Live ctrl/cmd in windows may be just "control" as used with "control+A" is select all. Or it may be "Cntrol+alt" or "control+shift" Make sure to name all tracks corresponding to what they play. Make sure you're in arrange view; if not, hit the tab key to get there. Hit ctrl/cmd+A to highlight everything. Then hit ctrl/cmd+J to consolidate all tracks, including warps, loops and what have we (but excluding inserts and send fx). The command to consolidate tracks is also available from the edit menu. Next, you'll have all tracks in the "sounds" folder for the project, ready to burn to DVD or transfer by other means. Adobe Audition 1. Select a range from end of song to start. 2. Double click under name in blank area to select all objects in a track, Or goto Edit/select all objects in track xx 3. Edit/Mixdown to file/selected audio clips 4. New wave file opens in editor window, File/save as Sonar 1) (RECOMMENDED) Create Folder on Desktop / Name for song 2) Go to wave screen 3) Edit > Select > All 4) File > Export > Audio 5) Under "File Name" type name of song or initials of name of song 6) Under "File Type" select "WAVE" 7) Under "Source Category" window select "Tracks" in drop down menu. 8) Under "Channel Format" window select "Mono" if all your tracks are in mono format or "Stereo" if all tracks were recorded in setereo format. (IF YOUR TRACKS ARE MIXED WITH MONO & STEREO SIMPLY SELECT - ONLY - MONO TRACKS AND SAVE THOSE THEN - STEREO - AND SAVE THOSE IN THEIR RESPECTIVE FORMATS. 9) Under "Sample Rate" select 44.1 or 48 or whatever you tracked at. 10) Under "Bit Depth" select 24 11) Under "Dithering" select Pow-r 3 (or Pow-r 2 if that is all that is available) 12) Under "Mix Enables" UNCHECK ALL BOXES except "Fast Bounce" and "64-bit Engine. 13) Now select the created folder on desktop for song files / click the "Export" button. When window opens telling what files will be exported click "OK" or "YES". 14) When "Extra Encoding Box" opens select 24 Bit PCM from drop down menu / Click OK. ...When bar at bottom of screen has completed going left to right you will have successfully exported your raw tracks to be mixed outside of Sonar. FL Studio choose "Split mixer tracks" from the Export / Options section, and FL automatically names each track with the name you save the wavs as and then whatever name you've given each track in the mixer channel so it'll be in the form "popsong_kick.wav" etc
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