There are numerous occasions when you’ll need to bounce / export your songs.
Maybe you’ve finished mixing and mastering, and you’re ready to create the final audio files that you’ll upload to a digital distributor to send to iTunes and Spotify. Or maybe you need to bounce your mixes to import them into a mastering session or send them off to a mastering engineer.
Whatever the reason, the process of exporting your songs can sometimes be confusing due to the number of different settings involved. There’s sample rate, bit depth, file type, dither, offline/online, and much more.
In this video, I’ll guide you through selecting the optimal settings for various scenarios.
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