Was wondering if anyone found a way to do this:
I’m trying to export several tracks in batch form so I will have all separate tracks. These tracks will have to line up in another studio so I usually put a count on the beginning of each track. That’s not a problem for me when I’m exporting one track because I just put the count on another track and solo both tracks. If I try this with bulk, the count track is just going to land on a separate track instead of being in front of each track. What is your technique for doing this?
Just so you know, I am exporting both audio and VSTi tracks as audio.
Thanks for your thoughts.
As Grim says start all tracks from the same point.
It might be easier to do you track exports using Render in Place. Just select all the events on the required tracks and choose ‘As One Event’ in the Render in Place dialogue. You can render with or without effects. Your files will be found in the specified folder.
It’s been my experience that tracks don’t always line up with preconceived tracks on another DAW. I know that tracks given to me that are supposed to be on grid don’t always line up. With some song types, timing is critical and this ensures me that my hard work for timing is on point.
Without counts, my outgoing tracks may be in time with each other but may not be with the destination track.