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Logic 9 Why is the Bounce Track in Place feature giving me a stereo region?

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by afavreau, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. afavreau

    afavreau Senior member

    I'm using the Bounce in Track in Place feature to bounce my MONO Ac. Guit going through Melodyne Editor only.

    Why does my new region end up being stereo?
     
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  3. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Probably because the track is outputting to a stereo output. Try outputting it to a mono output and see if the bounce in place behavior changes. I suspect it will. I'm not in front of Logic at the moment to try....
     
  4. georgelegeriii

    georgelegeriii Senior member

    It could also be that while the track is mono, you have a stereo effect on the insert.
     
  5. Tangra

    Tangra Senior member

    It proves that you have just one Melodyne instance inserted on that channel strip which kicks out the George's worries - does not it?
    If yes, then check out the Eli's recommendations etc. In any case your final track is not a true stereo. The result AT track is set to a stereo track mode (for some reason) but it does not mean that the signal is stereo - so take care ...:thmbup:
    A.G
     
  6. afavreau

    afavreau Senior member

    (removed wrong info)
     
  7. afavreau

    afavreau Senior member

    Following the same subject, do you guys find there's a difference in sound quality when comparing:
    a) Bounce Track in Place
    b) Export Region, Track or Tracks
    c) Bouncing in Realtime
    d) Bouncing Offline...

    When I compared them, I wasn't sure about the Bounce Track in Place quality compared to Export Track
     
  8. forgetr

    forgetr Member

    Bouncing and exporting are used for different purposes. There's really no reason to export unless you're planning on using those files in another application. If you're going to be using them in Logic, bouncing in place is the way to go. I've never heard any difference, though, to answer your question.
     
  9. afavreau

    afavreau Senior member

    I just made some tests and the fact that it outputs to a stereo output doesn't make Bounce in Place go stereo.

    I think it's because of the: "Include Volume/Pan Automation" check box when we choose that feature. That would be logical!
     
  10. afavreau

    afavreau Senior member

    forgetr

    When we export a track or a region, we can choose if we want the Effects Plugin or not... so I don't think that the difference.

    The only difference I can see is that bouncing goes through the Outputs, but not the Exporting. Does that make sense? Any other difference?
     

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