Consolidating files logic pro
Jand Actually, the function you want for this, from within Logic, is "Export".
The only alternative I know of, is to bounce each track individually.
Also, multi-channel instruments will not be included on an Export, so if you have a multi-instrument, like Stylus RMX, and have 8 MIDI channels playing MIDI regions, these would need to be bounced individually.
I am a busy studio owner and thus have to get my head round a number of DAWS.
But, here is the good part, with a correct email converter, you can get the accuracy and original attributes intact.
Such a property of retaining the original attributes is only possible with high-end tools and converters.
If you have ever moved to a different city, you’d know the trouble of getting all your things safely moved without losing certain items in between.You can often translate a text from one language to another, but in reality,the essence of what was said is lost.It is too difficult to get the right ‘tone,’ meaning, and feelings translated into another language. While this is "partially" what you would want, it doesn't address the starting points of the tracks. The "Consolidate" function in Logic, is used for bringing audio files that may reside in various locations, together, so that they all reside within the same location.