When publishing to BandLab, you can export a maximum duration of 15 minutes and up to 16 tracks or buses.If the project or selection exceeds these limits, adjust the selection before publishing to BandLab.
A BandLab project can be either public or private. When a project is marked as Public, anyone will be able to listen, comment and share the project. Mark a project as Public when you want to share your song with the BandLab community.By default, all content is set to “Private”, meaning that only you and any invited collaborators can access it, make adaptations of it and use it. When Public is enabled, other users can view your content or play it on BandLab by streaming, but they will not be able to download, adapt, synchronize or use that content.After you have recorded and arranged your tracks, you can publish the project to your BandLab library.
Go to File > Publish to BandLab to open the Upload Project dialog box.
In the Control Bar’s Export module, select either Project or Selection to specify if you want to publish the entire project, or only selected clips and tracks, then click the Export button and select BandLab to open the Upload Project dialog box.
Note: If you want to publish individual tracks or buses, and the project contains more than 16 tracks or buses, you must select Selection and manually select the tracks or buses you want to export.
2. In the Upload Project dialog box, you can modify the following project settings:
Project Name. Specify the name of the project as you want it to appear in BandLab. By default, the name is inherited from the Cakewalk project name.
Description. Enter a brief description for the project/revision (up to 250 characters).
Upload Settings. Select the project assets you want to upload:
Audio Tracks. Publish individual audio tracks and Instrument track audio, up to a maximum of 16 tracks. All clips in a track are mixed down to a single region.
MIDI Tracks. Publish individual MIDI and Instrument tracks. If Audio Tracks and MIDI Tracks are both selected, instrument track MIDI and audio are both uploaded, and the MIDI instrument track is muted in BandLab.
Empty Tracks. Upload empty tracks. The project must contain at least one non-empty track.
Buses. Publish stereo bus outputs, up to a maximum of 16 buses (surround buses will downmix to stereo).
Project Mixdown. Publish the entire mix as a single track. If you publish both individual tracks and a project mixdown, the project mixdown will be muted in order to prevent doubled audio.
Upload as new project. [Only available if the current project has already been published] Instead of uploading as a revision of the current project, upload as a new project. Different edited versions of BandLab songs are linked together by a revision control system. For details, see What is a revision?.
Make Public. Share your song with the BandLab community. Anyone will be able to listen, comment and share this project. By default, all content is set to “Private”, meaning that only you and any invited collaborators can access it, make adaptations of it and use it. When Make Public is enabled, other users to view your content or play it on BandLab by streaming, but they will not be able to download, adapt, synchronize or use that content. For details, see Public vs private projects.
3. Click Upload.
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