Consolidating files logic

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Headroom, did you even read the original post, what does freeze have to do with any of this?export all tracks as audio does what he wants, i believe. You guys are all missing the point for what he wants to do. The problem is, that's what you have to do, to do what he needs done, which is crazy.

i will double check that command when i get back to the studio. Headroom, did you even read the original post, what does freeze have to do with any of this?Between zero and 20, there will be no audio, but editable regions from zero to the end of the song. When working in grid mode aligned to bars and beats and doing copy and paste, having your audio region align up with the grid makes it so much easier.The viewable region may start at one beat but the audible portion may not come in until later.BTW, there is no way to Print files with FX quickly and easily in Pro Tools either. in logic and old cubase u use the glue tool to "consolidate" tracks or glue them together. faster and better than consolidate and export if u have more question i suggest of reading stuff like "logic sucks it doesnt do things like pro tools" over hear.You either bounce in realtime each channel, or you audiosuite the FX on each track then export region as files. u also have to use the pencil tool to create a blank region of in and out points and then the glue tool. You can also use Freeze track if you want to have the audio with the plugs, even quicker then bouncing.

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