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dave holderdave holder
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Thanks for the reply, yeah I understand all of this, when I say ‘bounce’ I mean the summing of all the channels to a singular wav file as you described.

What I’d like to do is provide people or a client with each of the (for example) 16 channels of audio as separate wavs, straight from the flash drive. Again, as you said, most DAWs would be able to handle this, but it’s more for the client that isn’t as savvy in these matters and to reduce the amount of trouble shooting I would have to do with out having to refer them to another programme.

Of course, for one off recordings with a band I’m in contact with this isn’t a problem, but at a festival where say 30 bands from all over the country would like the stems, and time is of the essence, I was after a slightly quicker solution