asked Feb 09 '15 at 19:24 by virek (96)


Is there an easy way to bounce all outputs of a multi-out VST to audio? I'd love to be able to do this from a single clip, for VST instruments that support multi-out when driven by a single MIDI input source (e.g. iZotope BreakTweaker).

Right now the process involves creating several new audio tracks, giving each one an Audio Receiver taking audio from the corresponding VST output channel, arming and recording, which is extremely tedious.

Also, routing one of the output channels of a multi-out VST into an audio channel does not work. The input audio track will not receive any of the audio from the VST output channel.

You can create a clip area on the master channel, then solo all the tracks that you would like to bounce. Then simply do a bounce in place.


answered Feb 11 '15 at 10:02 by sarwoo (131)

edited Feb 11 '15 at 10:02

Hello i have updated my old tutorial that show this you say. But i found an even more sufficient way of doing this even more simple. Just hit this link

  — (Feb 11 '15 at 12:37) ronnyrydgren

This is by far the easiest to do this i show it in this tutorial


answered Feb 11 '15 at 12:36 by ronnyrydgren (1.2k)

That's a great video, although it's not quite what I meant in my question. I'm asking about bouncing each output or output pair from a multi-out capable VST plugin to separate audio clips. I want to bounce each output to a new channel so I still have control over each separate voice from the multi-out VST.

  — (Aug 23 '15 at 20:10) virek

I see that i missunderstood you. Was to Quick to read. But no you can't do this yet. You could create seperate tracks and create a clip and have audio reciever on. Try to Bounce then on that empty clip. Might work havent tried myself. But for this feature to work or excist i suggest you that you should turn to Tech support and feature request it. A lot of people want this.

  — (Aug 24 '15 at 08:39) ronnyrydgren

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Asked: Feb 09 '15 at 19:24

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Last updated: Aug 24 '15 at 08:39