Since Pro Tools 12.3 printing tracks and exporting stems as audio files have both been very easy to do thanks to Track Commit, however, just the thought of printing tracks in earler versions of Pro Tools caused headaches but it wasn't impossible.
Not all Pro Tools users use the same version of Pro Tools, in this video tutorial we show you how to print tracks and export stems as audio files in Pro Tools 10 workflows, which also includes previous versions, Pro Tools 11, 12 and 2018.
Common Reasons For Printing Tracks
- You may want to mix your song in a different DAW such as Logic or Studio One
- Your computer struggles to cope with Pro Tools sessions because you use lots of plug-ins and virtual instruments, printing tracks helps to free up those all import CPU resources.
- You may want to archive your work as raw audio files
…whatever the reasons you have for printing tracks in Pro Tools, this video will show you a variety of different ways to achieve this in whatever version of Pro Tools you are currently running
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