How to export Audio

In Ohm Studio, there are different ways to export audio, and each method serves a different purpose.

  • Exporting your Project as an audio file for listening or mastering.
  • Exporting your Project to its dedicated web page for other Ohm Studio users to listen to your music.
  • Exporting individual Racks, to re-import Project stems in another Project or another application.

 

 

Exporting your project as an audio file

 

  1. In the File menu, select Export Audio... (or simply use keyboard shortcut / ctrl + / alt + E)

     
  2. At the top of the pop-up window, select Master.

     
  3. Change the From and To values by clicking on them and dragging up or down to set the time range you want to export.


    If the Loop is enabled, its beginning and end positions will be used as default values. Otherwise, the default interval ranges from the beginning of the Project to the end of the Pattern at the farthest right.
    You can also double-click and manually type in a value.
     
  4. Select Export to Disk.

     
  5. Select a file format in the Sample Format drop-down menu.
  6. Select a Sample Rate and a Bit resolution in the last two drop-down menus (e.g. 44100 and 16-bit for standard audio CDs).

     
  7. Finally click on Save... and choose where to save the exported file, then wait for the bouncing process to complete.

 

 

Exporting your Project to its dedicated web page

 

The first 3 steps are the same as the ones described in the previous method.

 

Then simply choose Export to Project Page rather than Export to disk and click on Upload.


The bouncing process may be long, as the file is also uploaded on the Ohm Studio server.

After it is uploaded, you can listen to your Project from your Dashboard and you can add it to your showcase.

You have to be a Project Admin in order to be able to export the Project to its web page.

 

 

Exporting Individual Racks

 

  1. First of all, select the Racks you want to bounce, for example in the Mixer view.


    You can use shift + click on an element to add it to your selection.
     
  2. In the File menu, select Export Audio... (or simply use keyboard shortcut / ctrl + / alt + E).
  3. At the top of the pop-up window, select individual Racks.

     
  4. Change the From and To values. See the first method to learn more.
  5. In the Options section, select a Sample Format, a Sample Rate and a Bit resolution in the 3 drop-down menus (e.g. Wave / 44100 / 16-bit for standard audio CDs).
  6. Choose the Folder where you want to save the exported audio files.
    You can also create a Subfolder to avoid overwriting existing files with the same names.

     
  7. If necessary, select / unselect Racks in the last section.

    For Racks that have several Output Pins, select only the desired ones.

    The greyed out text at teh right of a Rack's name is the name of the first Plugin contained in that Rack.
     
  8. Finally click on Bounce and wait for the bouncing process to complete.

 

 

 

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