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  • logicluvva
    Posts: 158
    Joined: Jun 17th, 2008, 04:11
    Bouncing Multi-Output Instruments/Drums
    Hello.I have another question about the breadth of ways that Logic can do a single task. I am trying to find out all the ways to bounce down the separated sounds of a multi-output instrument. I was playing with Ultrabeat and have my kick, snare and hats sent to separate mono outputs. I used 'Bounce In Place', then ticked the Multi-Output option. I realised that it works if I solo the relevant aux channels.I was happy with the results but then got to thinking about the other options available. Is this the best way or is there a way to bounce all the tracks at the same time ? So I end up with my separate drums in their own track on the Arrange Page ? I did see something about creating tracks on the Arrange Page but got a little lost with the 'creating empty midi regions'... I am sorry if this is a basic question . I just wanted to make sure that I have a full understanding of this so I can switch to audio rather than the endless choice of keeping midi.I have a tendency to keep changing sounds or straining the computer... and I want to end this habit. Thank you as always for the wisdom.
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  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Bouncing Multi-Output Instruments/Drums
    Hi Logicluvva, I like to route Aux outputs from a multi-instrument (like RMX, Omnisphere, etc) to their own Bus and then create an audio track for each Bus (and set the input of the audio track to that Bus... record-ready them and hit record. I appreciate that's not for everyone... Here's another way with a Multi-Output instance of Ultrabeat: 1. Create the Aux's in the Mixer and select them all. Right-click on one of them and choose "Create Arrange Tracks" 2. In the Arrange create a MIDI region on an Aux (the length of the project. Copy it to all the Aux tracks. 3. Choose Track > Bounce-Replace All Tracks (However, this will bounce ALL the tracks in the Arrange area...) So, instead, follow Step 1 above. 2. Select the UB track in the Arrange area and then choose Track > Bounce Track In Place. 3. Enable "Include Instrument Multi-Output" AND "As Additional Tracks". Hit the OK button. Done! :)
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  • logicluvva
    Posts: 158
    Joined: Jun 17th, 2008, 04:11
    Re: Bouncing Multi-Output Instruments/Drums
    Thank You !
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  • Wehylei
    Posts: 1
    Joined: May 27th, 2010, 02:38
    Another workaround to the "bounce tracks in place" problem of bouncing out things beyond your multi-instrument is to just 'hide' whatever tracks you don't want to bounce in the arrange window.
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  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re:
    That's an excellent tip! Thanks for sharing it... :)
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