I know a lot of this info was old, but there were a lot of good macros listed there. Any way to access this archive?
No one happened to have made a pdf of this at all?
Here’s what I found in my old archives;
(though many of these macro’s are not valid anymore)
Export all tracks at once. Bounce all tracks from start Edit - Select All Transport - Locate Selection Tool - Range Tool Edit - Select All Audio - Bounce Name it: Bounce all tracks This will take all audio clips in your arrange window, and turn each INDIVIDUAL track in to 1 continuous audio file. ALL the tracks will START and END at the EXACT same place! Fades and volume handles (on events) are taken account of. Processing/inserts are not, neither the fader position. This is a very good solution for exporting files to different apps. This is also a good way for archiving your source-files for future use. For easy access to the bounced files only, follow these steps: 1. Before bouncing, store an additional version of your project with the "save as" command. Name it "song Name_Bounce version".(you can save as many versions of your project as you like within the project folder) Work on this new version. 2. Bounce with the macro you made, choose replace. 3. Open the pool, remove unused files from pool. NOT ERASE. NOT ERASE. This should only leave the newly bounced files in the pool. 4. Save the project with the "save to new folder" command. Now you can choose your destination for the new folder. This new folder should now only include the newly bounced files. 5. Copy/archive the new folder (to wherever you want. cd, dvd or another hd etc.) should be easy from here. Cut loop and move end of clip to left locator a) select event b) set left and right locators c) macro: Transport - To Left Locator Edit - Split at cursor Transport - To Right Locator Edit - Split at cursor Transport - To Left Locator Edit - Move to Cursor Edit - Move to Back Edit - Delete Cut loop and move start of clip to right locator a) select event b) set left and right locators c) macro: Transport - To Left Locator Audio - Snap point to cursor Edit - Split at Cursor Transport - To Right Locator Edit - Split at Cursor Navigate - Left Navigate - Left Edit - Move to Cursor Edit - Move to Back Edit - Delete Cut Loop a) select event b) set left and right locators c) macro: Transport - To Left Locator Edit - Split at Cursor Transport - To Right Locator Edit - Split at Cursor Navigate - Left Edit - Cut Routing x-number of channels to the same input/output. Select any number of channels and change the output (or input) while holding the ALT-key Play to left locator 1. Transport- to left locator 2. Tool- range tool 3. Edit - left selection side to cursor 4. Play until selection start 5. Tool - select tool Play to right locator 1. Transport- to right locator 2. Tool- range tool 3. Edit - right selection side to cursor 4. Play until selection start 5. Tool - select tool Play locators 1. Tool - Range tool 2. Edit - Select in loop 3. Transport - Play selection range 4. Tool - Select tool Split event without changing tools. ALT + Click splits the event. Alternative to "group" key assignment. Macro: Edit: Ungroup Edit: Group That way you can group events that are already grouped. (By design, you can't group already grouped events. Replace x-number of samples/events. Dropping an event on top of an existing one while holding the SHIF-key will replace that single or all samples in the project. (A dialog box pops up) Cut head Edit - Split at cursor Navigate - Left Audio - Snap point to cursor Edit - Cut Cut tail Edit - Split at cursor Edit - Cut
Thanks for posting these.