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Daniel Pompougnac
KVRian
 
1339 posts since 15 Dec, 2004, from In a forest , France

Postby Daniel Pompougnac; Sun Aug 13, 2006 1:43 am Track to track

Hello, guys

I have yet asked on this forum a question about rendering a track audio (many clips) on another track (only a clip).
But without answer comprehensibly for me (bad english language).

Some softs do that. And Tracktion ?

Daniel
Thank's
koolkeys
KVRAF
 
16079 posts since 2 Dec, 2003, from Nashville, TN

Postby koolkeys; Sun Aug 13, 2006 1:46 am

Are you wanting to take the output of one track and use it as the input of another track so you can record it?

In that case, not at this time, but it's been requested. I'll pass it on if it hasn't.

Brent
IIRs
KVRAF
 
6716 posts since 24 Mar, 2002, from sheffield, england

Postby IIRs; Sun Aug 13, 2006 3:40 am

Select one or more tracks and press the "render track" button... is that what you are looking for?
Daniel Pompougnac
KVRian
 
1339 posts since 15 Dec, 2004, from In a forest , France

Postby Daniel Pompougnac; Sun Aug 13, 2006 4:18 am

Are you wanting to take the output of one track and use it as the input of another track so you can record it?

Yes.

Select one or more tracks and press the "render track" button... is that what you are looking for?


Yes, but thereafter, I must import the wav on a track and place it.
It's not an automatic function...

Daniel
IIRs
KVRAF
 
6716 posts since 24 Mar, 2002, from sheffield, england

Postby IIRs; Sun Aug 13, 2006 4:48 am

daniel- wrote:
Yes, but thereafter, I must import the wav on a track and place it.


Only if you use the "Export" function. That's not what I said though...

daniel- wrote: It's not an automatic function...


It is if you use the "render track" button that appears in the properties panel when one or more tracks are selected. ;)
Solafide
KVRist
 
168 posts since 19 Jan, 2004

Postby Solafide; Sun Aug 13, 2006 8:46 am

Quote:
Are you wanting to take the output of one track and use it as the input of another track so you can record it?

Yes.


I do this quite often with my rme fireface. There is an option in the rme's "totalmix" mixer software to route the audio of an output to an input.

I don't know what recording interface you have, but I know some of them allow you to do this.

If your soundcard's software allows you to rout in this manner, all you have to do is:

1. Set the output for the track.
2. In your soundcard software set that output to go to an input pair.
3. In traction "arm" the appropriate input.
4. Hit record.

(make sure you set the "time adjust" to compansate for latency)

If your sound card does not have this function, than you can still do the same with cables (for example outputs 2,3 are connected to inputs 1,2, by cables - arm inputs 1,2 and hit record.)
kuene
KVRer
 
7 posts since 31 May, 2006

Postby kuene; Tue Aug 15, 2006 7:09 am

you cant select the track(s) output and rout them to another track. kinda like bussing.
Lunch Money
KVRAF
 
13194 posts since 29 Sep, 2003, from Ottawa, Canada

Postby Lunch Money; Tue Aug 15, 2006 5:45 pm

I assume you mean "can" rather than "cant". ;)

The only thing is that you cannot then just "record" that signal. Unless you use TapeIt or something similar. I personally have never needed anything beyond render or export, but that's just me.

Greg
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rockstar_not
KVRAF
 
4824 posts since 10 Aug, 2004, from Colorado Springs

Postby rockstar_not; Wed Aug 16, 2006 4:46 am

I find that I would like to have this feature somehow in Tracktion; usually to capture 'live' twiddling of plugins while performing along with T, or to capture some magical randomness from audio manipulation plugins like dblue's Glitch or supatrigga.

I've trapped content with TapeIt before, but it is rather cumbersome.

An alternative to TapeIt has recently arrived here at KVR. Benedict Roff-Marsh has released a buffered recorder that sits around always recording audio streams. If you find that you've just had a magical music moment, the buffer is holding the performance for your use.

http://benedict.presetbank.net/PRollRec.html

This is probably a plugin I'm going to pick up. It still would require importing back into Tracktion of the buffered .wav file.

I would like to route the end of a signal chain of a track as the input to another track.

-Scott

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