This dialog box lets you bounce the audio from a segment of your arrangement and create a sample with it. Once the bounce is complete, Audiotool opens the “Sample editor” dialog box, where you can edit and classify your sample. Note: Before using this function, you can mute tracks or regions that you don’t want to include in the bounce.

Import from time–line
Figure 6.4.11: The “Import from time–line” dialog box.

  1. Two pass mode: When you check this check-box, Audiotool makes two consecutive passes through the defined time segment and returns only the output of the second pass. The output of any applied effects past the end of the segment on the first pass will appear at the beginning of the second pass. Use it when you need to loop your sample seamlessly. It is activated by default.
  2. Start: Type the bar, beat and step numbers of the start of the time segment to be bounced in this text field. The values corresponding to the position of the start loop marker appear by default. If you enter a bar number bigger than the end bar number, the end bar number is changed to be one unit bigger than the start bar number.
  3. Duration: This text field shows the duration of the time segment to be bounced in bars, beats and steps. It is automatically calculated from the values of the “Start” and “End” text fields.
  4. End: Type the bar, beat and step numbers of the end of the time segment to be bounced in this text field. The values corresponding to the position of the end loop marker appear by default. If you enter a bar number smaller than the start bar number, the new entry is rejected.
  5. Bounce: This button starts the bouncing process.

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