asked Nov 30 '17 at 08:18 by Dalflatt (91)

Is it possible to select and export a bunch of clips from the arrange window as separate .wav files to a folder?

If not can anyone suggest a better workflow than selecting each clip, setting loop points and exporting the track?

Thanks in advance!

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Any bounced clip shows up in the Project > Files tab in the lower right-hand corner of the screen. From there you can right click any clip and choose Reveal File to open the folder with all your bounced clips.
The only catch: unless you baked your effects into the bounce, the clips will be dry.
Also, there's no normalization feature in Bitwig yet.

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answered Dec 16 '17 at 03:52 by Starscade (31)

Thanks for the tip!

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answered May 25 at 05:56 by goalken (0)

Any ricocheted cut appears in the Project > Files tab in the lower right-hand corner of the screen. From that point you can right snap any clasp and pick Reveal File to open the organizer with all your ricocheted cuts. Thanks and regards,

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