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  • llear
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    Joined: Sep 14th, 2007, 03:55
    Bouncing 5:55min of a 10:00min song exactly
    Hard to explaine, but I am having a problem getting my timeline and master track fade to line up exactly at 5:55min. I tried typing in the number but when I came to the bounce page the numbers were different. I need to keep the original track time at 10:00min as I will be bouncing to several projects with different times. I tried the cycle in the time line but could not get it to work. Any input would be helpful. Thanks in advance. -Llear
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Bouncing 5:55min of a 10:00min song exactly
    Hi llear, I think i understand your question - but let me know if I'm on the wrong track... What I would do is: 1. set the Timeline to display in "Time and Bars": At the top-right of the Arrange click on the Note icon. 2. Make sure the locators in the Transport are displaying Time. If not right-click on them and choose: "Display locators as time". 3. Set your locators as desired and turn on Cycle mode. (Important) 4. File > Bounce... and you should see the Bounce locators now match your locators in the Arrange. Hope this helps R
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  • Peter Schwartz
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    Joined: Sep 15th, 2007, 06:04
    Re: Bouncing 5:55min of a 10:00min song exactly
    Questions... - you say you keep typing in a number. Where are you doing that? - what's your frame rate set to? - what's the SMPTE Position of the first event in the Tempo Editor? - when the playhead is set to the beginning of where your song starts, what does the SMPTE readout say? (See the transport)
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  • llear
    Posts: 36
    Joined: Sep 14th, 2007, 03:55
    Re: Bouncing 5:55min of a 10:00min song exactly
    Thank you getting closer. I did what you said and every thing in the arrange window look great, when I go to bounce the locaters read 111 1/ 55 3 4 161 and a the bottom right it says requires 120.6 MB disk space (Time 5:55). So the bounce screen is displaying bars. Is that a non issue? Thanks. --Llear
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  • llear
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    Joined: Sep 14th, 2007, 03:55
    Re: Bouncing 5:55min of a 10:00min song exactly
    Thanks Ski, I was viewing in bars and Rounik pointed out time and bars is the setting. That reads perfect. Don't want to waist your time, but if you see something I am doing wrong please advise. Thanks. --Llear
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  • llear
    Posts: 36
    Joined: Sep 14th, 2007, 03:55
    Re: Bouncing 5:55min of a 10:00min song exactly
    One more Q. Can I make Time and Bars my default view? When I save and relaunch, the session is in bars. Thanks --Llear
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Bouncing 5:55min of a 10:00min song exactly
    Hi Llear, Yes, you're right - the Bounce dialog doesn't display the locators in Time values - but it's a non issue. The Bar Ruler settings will always default to "Bar" values in new projects. The best way around that is to create and "File > Save as a template..." an empty project that you've customised: [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/blog/logic-pro/quick-tip-creating-project-templates-logic-9[/url] Cheers! Rounik
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  • llear
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    Joined: Sep 14th, 2007, 03:55
    Re: Bouncing 5:55min of a 10:00min song exactly
    Thank you. I changed my Template as soon as you showed me time and bars but did not realize existing projects would not get the change. Thank you so much. --Llear
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Bouncing 5:55min of a 10:00min song exactly
    No problem! :)
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