Consolidating audio files logic


Pro Tools tells me that “The current playback engine does not support a sample rate of…” I can’t find the Audio Units/Plugin manager in Logic Pro X.Exporting a project from one DAW to another can be frustrating — but there are ways and means...



Previous versions of Cubase, for example, required you to bounce each track separately, which could take an eternity with a large project; and if you're working with analogue gear, or on Pro Tools, you'll be limited to bouncing tracks in real time — which can be frustrating with long projects (a 20‑minute radio drama, for example).

Many DAWs also offer some form of 'consolidate' function (as it's called in Pro Tools).


Consolidating audio files logic comments


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    paulette60

    Consolidating audio in Cubase. I know in protools you can consolidate your audio to make all your edits into one long. Emagic / Logic Forum; Fostex Forum;.…
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    paulette60

    Transferring Projects Between Different DAWs. a Logic file with interleaved stereo files and convert it to. everything as audio files as a back‑up.…
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    paulette60

    If you join segments of compressed audio files. Logic Pro creates a new file for the joined audio called a mixdown that replaces the original regions.…