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Why'd they call it Bounce To New Track?
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bredo
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And not Export To New Track?

Wouldn't that be the more correct term?
As it actually render all the inserted plugins

Isn't Studio One using the same terminology as Cubase for these two different tasks?

Maybe I'm "picky", but don't misunderstand me. The function itself is GREAT (and easier than in another DAW ).

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bredo wrote:And not Export To New Track?

Wouldn't that be the more correct term?
As it actually render all the inserted plugins

Isn't Studio One using the same terminology as Cubase for these two different tasks?

Maybe I'm "picky", but don't misunderstand me. The function itself is GREAT (and easier than in another DAW ).


People complained about the Export so Presonus added the bounce. And no. Studio One is not going to follow the same terminology in all cases.

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I can't even remember how it did it before but I like the new way.
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hibidy wrote:I can't even remember how it did it before but I like the new way.


I think before if you wanted to print an audio track or a portion of an audio track with it's inserts you had to go through the stem dialog. This seems to bring audio bounce on par with midi, which already did the direct bounce with audio inserts applied.
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As I said: I like the new function a lot. GREAT new workflow enhancement.

I was just curious aboy the "naming". It seems to me that Bounce meens two different things now.
Bounce = "glue" together events to a new audio file (without effects).
Bounce To New Track = "export" to new track including effects.

No matter the name (and no worries), It's still GREAT

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When I bounce an instrument track, the resulting wav will have the processing from the inserts printed.

But when I bounce an audio file I have to bounce the file then render the inserts, I believe...

Is that right? I'm a bit confused about that.

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bredo wrote:As I said: I like the new function a lot. GREAT new workflow enhancement.

I was just curious aboy the "naming". It seems to me that Bounce meens two different things now.
Bounce = "glue" together events to a new audio file (without effects).
Bounce To New Track = "export" to new track including effects.

No matter the name (and no worries), It's still GREAT

I didn't actually compare the two functions in the way you did yet.

But if it's the way you describe, it should definitely be called "Export".

Usually Studio One does use consistent terminology, or at least the devs are trying, so you're right we should let them know.
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