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  • grapestone
    Posts: 42
    Joined: Dec 9th, 2007, 11:51
    Bouncing
    Hi everyone, I was trying to bounce the tracks to turn them into audio for mixing but when I'm insert that bounced track back in the arrange window it plays out of rhythm. I just wonder why?
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  • Christian L
    Posts: 1410
    Joined: Aug 7th, 2006, 11:50
    Re: Bouncing
    Hi, It's hard to say... does the file plays back fine when played in solo ? Maybe it's just that the audio region is not starting on the beat. To make sure it starts on the beat or on the first beat of a bar, choose "Beat" or "Bar" respectively in the Snap menu of the arrange window before dragging the region. Tell me if it works! Christian
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  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Bouncing
    Also, when you bounced the regions, did you set the start locators exactly where intended? Have you placed the bounced region appropriately? Cheers Rounik
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  • grapestone
    Posts: 42
    Joined: Dec 9th, 2007, 11:51
    Re: Bouncing
    Hi again folks, Well, the original file is cool and everything's seem pretty tight also locators and etc. But it still OUT of rhythm! Yeah, I know that's pretty odd. Let's check, here what I do: Solo the track (let's say kick drum), choose bounce, in the dropdown menu choose wave and etc - click bounce. (BTW, when I choose wave to be bounced to my desktop the file is not appears on the desktop, so I have to use search and even then when the file is located it won't let me drag n drop it on my desktop so I have to move it to any folder and then from that folder to the desktop - then it's work, pretty crazy, you know :( Then I drag n drop that wav into my arrange window, into the song and hit play - out of rhythm! It looks like the file is in the right place but it's a bit late, kind of latency or something, so I have to correct it manually and that is hell of a time for 40 to 50 tracks isn't it?⦠Archie
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  • grapestone
    Posts: 42
    Joined: Dec 9th, 2007, 11:51
    Re: Bouncing
    Hey guys, don't bother, I figured out the problem! - Stupid me ;) It's all because I had compressor and limiter on main output. Too much work, I need some rest. Thank you all for your time! Cheers, A
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