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Software instruments ► Converting your soft synth tracks to audio

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Click the Track view Tracks menu and choose Bounce to Track(s).
The Bounce to Track(s) dialog box appears.
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In the Destination field, choose a new or pre-existing track to put the new audio data on.
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In the Source Category field, choose Tracks.
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In the Channel Format field, choose mono if you want a mono track, stereo if you want a stereo track, and split mono if you want to create separate mono tracks.
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In the Sources list, choose the tracks or output bus(es) that the soft synth tracks are using (usually the main outputs).
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Under Mix and Render, make sure all choices are selected.
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Note: You control the bit depth of all rendering operations (bouncing, freezing, applying effects) in Edit > Preferences > File - Audio Data, in the Render Bit Depth field. The default value of 32 is the best for most situations. See Bit depths for rendering audio for more information.
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Use the File > Export > Audio command.
The Export Audio dialog box appears.
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Under Filename and Location, specify the location where you want to save the exported file(s).
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Type a file name in the File Name field.
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Under Format, specify the type of file, the format, and the bit depth of the new file you’re creating—for MP3 use 16 bits.
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Under Mix and Render, make sure all choices are selected.
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Click Export.
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