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Exporting Range as Audio File

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by mikerofone, Dec 13, 2014.

  1. mikerofone

    mikerofone New Member

    I'm new to Logic and am stumbling my way through, having used Cubase for many years.

    I'm having trouble figuring out how to export a range of tracks as an audio file.

    I use the marquis tool to select (highlight) a range, then go to the Export menu, but the only option it shows is Export as a MIDI File. The other two options including export as an audio file are ghosted. Any suggestions?

    In Cubase, I'm use to seeing a L time code and R time code and can either manually enter the time code for each or just Shift click. Is there a way to enter start and end point time codes manually with Logic?
  3. Tangra

    Tangra Senior member

    In Cubase this is called "Mix down" and is placed in the Export. In Logic this is called "Bounce".
    Have a look at this info here.
  4. mikerofone

    mikerofone New Member

    Thank you Tangra...that worked.

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