asked Dec 17 '13 at 15:25 by Philipp (41)

how can I export a bounced region? can I find the audio file somewhere?

Also it might not be relevant, but there is a "resampling" like function, in that any audio track can route to any other audio track, then you simply record in real time to print effects, and everything to the audio track. I find that punch in and out worked really well for this. It's basically a manual bounce with effects baked in when done this way.

  — (Jan 27 '14 at 20:06) grymmjack

This bouncing is done for you as soon as you for example bounce a clip or section (keycommand on windows - ctrl-b)

Bitwig Studio now will automatically bounce this clip/section and put it in this bounce directory, which is within the project-directory, with the following name "trackname"-bounce"n+1"

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answered Dec 17 '13 at 18:54 by Solidtrax (919)

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