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mixus
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What is the proper way to export raw audio tracks (all starting at bar 1) without fader, automation or effects? I've just been dragging them to the browser.

When consolidating a track: when you want to add filler so that when exported it will start at bar 1, do you just make an empty event with the region tool then consolidate it to the rest of the track, or is there a better way?

Is there a way to select all automation in order to delete it, or do you just turn it off?

Thanks.


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mixus wrote:What is the proper way to export raw audio tracks (all starting at bar 1) without fader, automation or effects? I've just been dragging them to the browser.


Consolidate first. If you drag and drop events that have gaps on the track they'll make separate files.

When consolidating a track: when you want to add filler so that when exported it will start at bar 1, do you just make an empty event with the region tool then consolidate it to the rest of the track, or is there a better way?

You can't draw a empty event on an audio track (hint, hint, devs ) so that wouldn't work in that case. One way around that is to use a copied selection of the audio on the track at 0:00 and pull the volume handle all the way down.



Is there a way to select all automation in order to delete it?


For a particular envelope you can drag select nodes or delete the entire envelope. I don't think there is a way to delete all the automation envelopes for a track yet.

Hope some of that is helpful...

P.S. Consolidation has another little useful feature. If "snap" is turned on it will "back up" to the nearest bar so that kinda helps lining things up elsewhere as long as you know the tempo and the start bar.

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AudioCave wrote: One way around that is to use a copied selection of the audio on the track at 0:00 and pull the volume handle all the way down.


Another great tip. Thank you Lawrence
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Ade wrote:
AudioCave wrote: One way around that is to use a copied selection of the audio on the track at 0:00 and pull the volume handle all the way down.


Another great tip. Thank you Lawrence


That's exactly what I thought reading his post
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