Bouncing tracks from one project to another template

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DanMehal
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Bouncing tracks from one project to another template

Post by DanMehal » Sat Dec 26, 2020 6:25 pm

Hey guys, I was wondering if there was a way to bounce a whole project to a different template. I revised my templates to sound way better than they did when I actually recorded the songs and I really don't want to go through each song and adjust every little thing lol. I'm using Mixcraft 9 Recording Studio

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Re: Bouncing tracks from one project to another template

Post by Rolling Estonian » Sun Dec 27, 2020 7:28 am

Can't you just open the project, make whatever changes you want, then save as another project with changes you made?

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Re: Bouncing tracks from one project to another template

Post by DanMehal » Tue Dec 29, 2020 4:57 pm

Yes. That's what I have been doing and I still have around 20 songs to do. I kinda figured it would be a bit quicker if I could just bounce over, considering there are pretty big changes.

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Re: Bouncing tracks from one project to another template

Post by cactus-head » Tue Dec 29, 2020 6:23 pm

I'd love it if there were an "Import Settings..." or "Import Tracks..." menu option so you don't have to treat each project so exclusively. If I set up an awesome rythm section with effects and EQ in some other project and wanted to import that into my new project that I already have some other instruments in, there's no way to do that without starting over or manually resetting everything.

It would also be awesome to be able to have two projects open simultaneously that you can drag or copy tracks back and forth from and to.

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