Jeff Hayat wrote:Can you explain what bounce in place would do?
andyjh wrote:Why a "Bounce in place" function ? just use the existing Audio Mix down - a single shortcut key calls up the audio mix down.
What would "Bounce In Place" need to do, that "Audio Mixdown "doesn't already do?
f you do an Audio Export, a new event is created, but on a different audio track. And if you have a large project, that track is going to be all the way at the bottom, forcing you to not only mute the old event, but to also scroll down to the newly created track, grab it and move it (if need be). But with bounce, the old event is replaced with a new one being created in it's spot and on that same track. So I think the idea for 'bounce in place' is that you can avoid all the extra work, by simply replacing an existing audio event right where it resides. But the problem now, appears to be that with a bounce, the newly created event does not contain inserts, and automation. 'Bounce in place' would address that.
Do I have that correct?
mozizo wrote:well,i think most users here including myself, would use the "bounce in place" function to bounce midi and/or instrument track...
Ok, now I am lost. What would 'bounce in place' of a midi and/or instrument track do that can not already be done with 'audio export' of a midi and/or instrument track? What would the difference be?
Xtigma. wrote:i add an extra group into my project called *RECORD* i route this to no bus. if i ever want to record a VST with effects etc i'll just route the vst to that channel (or send it to it) add a new audio chan, have the record group as the input and press record. I personally am not sure if i would ever need bounce in place, im sure there are lots of people that do of course.
I suspect the reason it has not been implemented as it is a very destructive route to take, and may confuse new users
ebryant wrote:Bounce In Place would let you convert an Instrument track (software or external) to audio but keep it on the same track (the track would need to be converted to audio) with all the same plugins and routing....
It seems that what you just said, is that the Intsrument Trk itself would be converted to an audio track. Well, you cant do that - say you need to go back and record more MIDI? Say you have multiple VIs associated with that instr trk - then what?
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