BM2 Track to Professional Music Studio

edited September 2011 in Support
Can someone help. What is the best way to take a BM2 song to a professional studio?


  • RayRay
    edited 2:07PM
    My suggestion would be to solo and bounce each track/instrument individually in BM2 then import those tracks into whatever software they're using in the studio. I've done this before and imported my BM tracks into Ableton Live and it worked good.
  • edited 2:07PM
    Or you can solo each track and record them one by one into your DAW. Depends on which workflow you prefer <!-- s:lol: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_lol.gif" alt=":lol:" title="Laughing" /><!-- s:lol: -->
  • Hi,

    Just wanted to add that we are currently adding an "export to individual tracks" feature for the next update.
    This will make it easier to import your BM projects into you desktop DAW.

  • edited 2:07PM
    Glad to hear that is comming up... Solo and export is a pain... Could you please add an optional feature during export to tracks so one can decide if you want the drum pads to be exported sound by sound to wav (for fine eq and mixing of every sound) or to export all pads as one wav... I generally export a wav for every drum sound I use and when mixing my final on pro tools, I review each sound and fine eq... That is because eq'ing a boost of say 100hz to the bass drum, when i already have the drums mixed in with hats, toms, snares,claps, etc, means all of the other sounds get the 100hz boost, and that creates more problems than what it fixes...

  • edited 2:07PM
    thank you for the feed back. This info helps! and look forward to the intua update, with more info on this subject.
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