Welcome Guests and Members

WELCOME VISITORS AND NEW MEMBERS!

Login to:

  • View Attachments and Other Features
  • Post Topics
  • Reply to Posts
  • Access the "Give Away of the Day" - Below the Shoutbox
  • Share tips and good company

Login          Register


gmhCafe Shoutbox

Last 15 Shouts:

Mashagople2

Yesterday at 04:16:59 PM
Hello))
 
I know that your forum is not about that,
but I have been watching you for a long time - and so I decided to register.
 
At once I will tell - I want to get acquainted with the worthy man;)
My name is Masha, 22 years old, not married. From Moscow.
   And yes, lets share what mu

MariaMib1

Yesterday at 09:18:15 AM
Hello))
 
I know that your forum is not about that,
but I have been watching you for a long time - and so I decided to register.
 
At once I will tell - I want to get acquainted with the worthy man;)
My name is Masha, 21 years old, not married. From Moscow.
   And yes, lets share what mu

Show 50 latest

Author Topic: Beginner Question - importing tracks from Pro Tools  (Read 2496 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline petenoak

  • Rookie
  • *
  • Posts: 27
  • Karma: 3
  • Nature's Friend
Beginner Question - importing tracks from Pro Tools
« on: January 06, 2017, 10:34:33 AM »
My band did a recording session in a professional studio that used Pro Tools and we have all the tracks in Pro Tools format.


My guitarist has Pro Tools but I'd like to use Audacity to work with the mix. What file format should I ask him to Export the tracks? Wav format or something native to his Mac? I'm working with a PC laptop. Or something more compact for transport like flac?

pete
« Last Edit: January 26, 2017, 03:18:00 PM by Administrator »

Offline Glenn

  • Alpha Wolf (when she's not around...lol)
  • The Crew
  • Commited Poster
  • *****
  • Posts: 2323
  • Karma: 21
  • Music and Nature's Harmony
    • gmhCafe
Re: Beginner Question - importing tracks from Pro Tools
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2017, 04:27:25 PM »
Hey Pete good question.

I'd try to have the tracks exported as wav. files in highest possible bit rate... either 24 bit or even 32 float as audacity handles these for optimum quality.
Flac will compress files if sending large tracks over the net.. but I'd still be inclined to use wav when possible.

I hope this helps.

happy mixing.
 :)
Old Eastern saying "Man who run in front of car, - get tired .... man who run behind car, get exhausted"
I like to ride IN cars, it's less tiring and less exhausting :)