Consolidating audio logic 9

I think I'm feeling the "Export All Audio Tracks" option..I will also try the Merge/Glue way,..I really need to be able to import tracks and have them line up the right way; which is a feature that consolidation does very well in PT - however, I have used the "Export All Audio Tracks" feature in the past - and it really works like a charm in regards to starting things @ measure 1.i will try these all of these options now and will let you all know how everything worked out for me. so just say you have audio that starts at 5 seconds on the timeline, but you want to give it a start time of 0 seconds, you just select the file and the gap before it, and hit consolidate. there just absolutely is no faster way of exporting files than this.all you gotta do after this is delete your unused files and then you can basically copy and hand the audio files folder out like a multitrack tape, everything is in there and synced, named, and can be opened in every DAW under the sun.

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Works for the purposes but doesn't look quite as neat as I'd like.Does anyone know the equivalent to "Consolidating" in Pro Tools - In Logic?so just say you have audio that starts at 5 seconds on the timeline, but you want to give it a start time of 0 seconds, you just select the file and the gap before it, and hit consolidate. there just absolutely is no faster way of exporting files than this.all you gotta do after this is delete your unused files and then you can basically copy and hand the audio files folder out like a multitrack tape, everything is in there and synced, named, and can be opened in every DAW under the sun.but, i was trying to do this tonight in logic 9 (i just upgraded from 8 ) and it appears theyve still skipped right past this feature.But in logic, you can't just extend an audio track. Set your region at the top to the full length of the song then bounce your tracks.

Another way is to go into export and bounce all tracks individually (not exact words, but you'll find it).but, i was trying to do this tonight in logic 9 (i just upgraded from 8 ) and it appears theyve still skipped right past this feature.you still have to either bounce with all processing bypassed, or create a blank bit of audio to paste where you want files to start/end and then merge/glue them together, and then rename all the files (in PT, by default it names them based on the channel name, no need to go through menus to do it or manually type it).What you want to do is use the "Convert Regions to New Audio Files" command.This will create new audio files that only have region content.This should do all the tracks from the start of the first bar to he end of each individual track.