[Ardour-Users] Exporting one track
djdualcore at gmail.com
Sat Jul 12 20:58:31 PDT 2014
You can also do a Save as... and delete the other tracks out of the new
copy of the session.
On Sat, Jul 12, 2014 at 7:47 PM, Bruno Ruviaro <bruviaro at scu.edu> wrote:
> Go to Session > Export > Export To Audio File(s), then in the Export
> window open the "Time span and channel options" by clicking on the small
> triangle to the left. Under "Channels" you can uncheck everything except
> the track you want to export.
> Another option (in case all the audio in your track is in a single region)
> would be to right click on the region, go inside the first submenu, and
> choose "Export" from there.
> Hope this helps.
> PS. http://manual.ardour.org/exporting/export-dialog/ (interestingly, my
> Export window looks different than the screenshots in the manual. The
> division in tabs is much nicer than what I have on 3.5.380. I wonder if
> this is coming up in a future version?)
> On Sat, Jul 12, 2014 at 4:21 PM, jonetsu at teksavvy.com <
> jonetsu at teksavvy.com> wrote:
>> Hello !
>> I have quickly recorded a track in a session as some kind of a quick
>> reminder of an idea, and the track does not really belong in that
>> session. Now I'd like to extract that track and start a new session
>> with it as the first track. The File -> Export option does not seem to
>> allow exporting a single track. How can a track be copied and used to
>> start a new session ?
>> Thanks !
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