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Need Help Bouncing Tracks to New DAW

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Brenguy, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. Brenguy

    Brenguy Guest

    I was stupid enough to use adobe audition 3.0 and now I need to move my projects over to reaper because reaper is soooo good and light. Adobe Audition basically farts out on me. Anyways I have a lot of tracks that start in the middle of no where and I either have to write down the starting times and plug them into reaper.... or i can solo the tracks out as a wave file and import them into reaper without worring about timing issues. HOWEVER adobe audition doesn't allow me to export the waves uncompressed.... these are the options:

    64-bit doubles (RAW) (dbl)
    8-bit signed (.sam)
    ACM Wave
    Amiga IFF-8Svx
    Apple AIFF
    Creative Sound Blaster
    Dialogic ADPCM
    Diamond Ware Digitized
    Microsoft ADPCM
    Ogg Vorbis
    WIndows Media AUdio
    WIndows PCM (tried this because its the uncompressed thing they have but it didn't import into reaper)
    PCM Raw Data

    Please help......
  2. TheJackAttack

    TheJackAttack Distinguished Member

    Your Audition files should already be in uncompressed .wav/BWF format unless you changed them around. Import those same wav files into reaper.

    .wav is not a compressed or lossy format. It is a lossless format.

    Audition works outstanding for me but perhaps you will enjoy the workflow of Reaper better.
  3. TheJackAttack

    TheJackAttack Distinguished Member

    If you need track time markings then set your display in both DAWs to minutes|seconds. Write down those timings and simply adjust the track in the new DAW. I didn't see any <import> tool in Reaper when I just glanced in at it.

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