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[Solved]Exporting stems in a group


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#1 PPLo

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Posted 05 February 2018 - 19:49

Hi guys,

 

Each time I have to export stems from Renoise, I have to destroy my groups or else I will have multiple takes of the same sound.

 

If I have a *ride* that is in a group *cymbals* that is in a group *drums*, I will have 3 ride sounds on my stems!

 

Which is obviously not what I want.

 

Is there a way to control this? To say to Renoise "don't export sound twice, only export the final track in the routing".

 

I just sent stems for mastering and I've been told by the sound engineer that it's a bloody mess.

 

 

Cheers!


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Posted 05 February 2018 - 20:19

No, no way to control this.

 

What you can do is name the tracks that you want to send to the engineer. A simple thing I do is use CAPS to name group tracks that should be used for mixing. You could also prefix / suffix them with STEM.

 

So in your case I might have:

 

*** DRUMS

** cymbals

* ride

 

Then when I export everything, I know to only send over the DRUMS.wav file.

 

Basically, just use some naming convention to identify the files to be used for mixing / mastering.

 

It might seem annoying or like extra work, but it allows you to save multiple layers of sounds to mess with later if you want...


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Posted 06 February 2018 - 09:33

Ok, thank you for your response.

 

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