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I used Giga Studio in Samplitude and it works fine. However after my piano track is done, I like to transfer the track to an audio track.

My normal procedure is to create a range for it to start and end.

Then hit the solo button for that track.

Then export it to a new track.

I tried this in Samplitude. I saw a message about bouncing the track. It actaully created a wave file on track 1 but it was blank. Any ideas what I am doing wrong?

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Hi Blueberry,

I made a video clip which may help with regard to setting up Gigastudio There's no voice over but I hope to redo it soon with better quality .

http://support.magix.net/boards/samplitude...post&id=306

Also this quickly show how to bounce midi to audio onto another track

http://support.magix.net/boards/samplitude...post&id=339

Regards

Kraznet

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Hi Blueberry,

I made a video clip which may help with regard to setting up Gigastudio There's no voice over but I hope to redo it soon with better quality .

http://support.magix.net/boards/samplitude...post&id=306

Also this quickly show how to bounce midi to audio onto another track

http://support.magix.net/boards/samplitude...post&id=339

Regards

Kraznet

Thank for your video. It took me in the right direction, but I could not get it to work. I highlighted the track I wanted to bounce. Then I went to track bounce menu, saved it, and I saw a highlighted red color go across the screen. When it was done, the track that I wanted bounced was on the screen but not the new bounced track. I tried the range bouncing option and it opened up the new track on a new screen. But I could not get it to go to a new track.

In Cubase, you just solo the track, and export it to a 2 bus mix and your done. I can't figure the Samplitude way. Nor is there a Bouncing, or track bouncing in the index of the manual. <_<

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Hi Blueberry,

I made a video clip which may help with regard to setting up Gigastudio There's no voice over but I hope to redo it soon with better quality .

http://support.magix.net/boards/samplitude...post&id=306

Also this quickly show how to bounce midi to audio onto another track

http://support.magix.net/boards/samplitude...post&id=339

Regards

Kraznet

Thank for your video. It took me in the right direction, but I could not get it to work. I highlighted the track I wanted to bounce. Then I went to track bounce menu, saved it, and I saw a highlighted red color go across the screen. When it was done, the track that I wanted bounced was on the screen but not the new bounced track. I tried the range bouncing option and it opened up the new track on a new screen. But I could not get it to go to a new track.

In Cubase, you just solo the track, and export it to a 2 bus mix and your done. I can't figure the Samplitude way. Nor is there a Bouncing, or track bouncing in the index of the manual. <_<

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