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If your MIDI tracks play back through external MIDI modules, simply connect their analog outputs to the inputs on your sound card, and record to new audio tracks.
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Pick a destination audio track and set the Input field to Stereo-(name of your sound card).
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If SONAR’s metronome is set to use any software synth to produce a click, disable the recording metronome. To do so, click the Record Metronome button in the Control Bar’s Transport module, or go to Edit > Preferences > Project - Metronome and clear the Recording check box.
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Windows 7: Click the Windows Start button and go to Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Volume Control.
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Open the sound card’s recording control window (the command is probably Options > Properties > Adjust Volume For Recording) and make sure all check boxes below Adjust Volume For Recording are selected.
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Click OK, and locate the slider marked MIDI, Synth, Mixed Input, or What You Hear. Check the Select box at the bottom, then close the window.
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In SONAR, click the Record button.

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