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Rendering tracks

Discussion in 'Recording' started by ferris230, Mar 20, 2001.

  1. ferris230

    ferris230 Guest

    Hey there
    I 've been trying to render track in my projects.
    You can click and drag any take to where you want it. however if the region or part consisted of multiple punch ins, I've only been able to copy and paste the part. I thought that rendering tracks made them whole so that could be clicked and dragged as a whole,but for me , It hasn't worked yet. It seems to go through the rendering motions,but when it is done they still look the same...
    anyone
    anyone
    Bueller?
     
  2. Just so you know someone else is here...I don't know the answer tho. Let me experiment some tonight when I get back to the machine and I'll post w/my observations.

    Can you FTP the track in question to the PC and upload or email it to me? It might help if we're both mucking with the same data.
     
  3. Just so you know someone else is here...I don't know the answer tho. Let me experiment some tonight when I get back to the machine and I'll post w/my observations.

    Can you FTP the track in question to the PC and upload or email it to me? It might help if we're both mucking with the same data.
     
  4. ferris230

    ferris230 Guest

    hey thanks for replying.
    I believe someone else helped me here with an email, but I'll answer my own post.

    When you select a region, could be a few bars or entire track of a song, click EDIT menu, then render selected tracks, it puts it in the file folders which can be viewed by clicking WINDOWS then the regions list,then a folder appears to the right(a history folder too)...and you click and drag the title(should say something like 'Guitar Track Rendered 1') literally right back onto the wave data places....the problem here does remain that you can click and drag it ANYWHERE to the tracks.. SO you must write down the start time of the region area you originally rendered( a time notice appears on your screen with the region editor)....therefore being able to put the new rendered track in the same beginning time spot.. I wish it would just go to where it needs too... But this I haven't figured yet.
    I have become much wiser to this machine with just a little bit of effort.
    Let's learn togther!
     
  5. Glad you got helped. I'm going to go to the yahoo group and see whether I can get some more participation here. I find this interface superior to theirs especially the fact that the threading works so naturally.
     

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