Exporting audio

You can export projects as audio files in MP3, FLAC, or WAV formats, including exporting flows and players as separate files. For example, if you want to share an audio mock-up of only the soloist’s part in the second flow.

Prerequisite

You have opened a layout in the music area that contains the players whose audio you want to export.

Procedure

  1. Choose File > Export > Audio to open the Export Audio dialog.
  2. Activate/Deactivate Export each selected flow as a separate file.
  3. In the Select flows to export list, activate the checkbox for each flow you want to export as audio.

    You can also click Select All or Select None at the bottom of the list.

  4. Activate/Deactivate Export players as separate files.
  5. Optional: If you activated Export players as separate files, activate the checkbox for each player you want to export in the Select players to export list.

    You can also click Select All or Select None at the bottom of the list.

  6. Click Choose Folder Choose Folder button beside the Export to field to open the File Explorer/macOS Finder.
  7. Locate and select the destination folder you want.
  8. Click Select Folder (Windows)/Open (macOS) to insert the new path in the Export to field.
  9. In the Audio Export Options section, choose one of the following audio file formats:
    • MP3 (.mp3)

    • FLAC (.flac)

    • WAV (.wav)

  10. Optional: If you chose FLAC (.flac) or WAV (.wav), choose one of the following bit depths:
    • 16-bit

    • 24-bit

    • 32-bit (WAV files only)

  11. Optional: If you chose WAV (.wav), activate/deactivate Broadcast WAVE.
  12. Change the reverb tail duration by changing the value in the Reverb tail (s) value field.
  13. Click OK to export the selected flows/players with the set audio export options and close the dialog.