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Pro Tools® 10 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Frank D. Cook

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16 Bouncing to Disk, Other File Formats

As discussed in earlier chapters, a Pro Tools project consists of a session document plus many additional audio files that are referenced by the session. You will commonly create additional files using Pro Tools’ bouncing functions.

When you’re mixing a stereo project, you would typically listen to your audio via two outputs on your audio hardware. In fact, for those who record their mixes in real time to a video master or some external two-track recorder, this may be all that is required. On the other hand, you may need to create reduction mixes from your Pro Tools project as a submixing strategy or to create mixdown files that can be used by other programs. To cite a common example, you will frequently ...

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