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Thank you all for your time, jd foster All Tracks as Audio Files...command plugin automation will not be included, but you can choose to bounce all the tracks with volume/pan info and to bypass all plugins if desired.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. Often if I want to do things the manual way, with the glue tool, I'll just copy back a very small portion of audio to bar 1 beat 1, and use it on every track I wish to glue.

I have tried to use the pencil tool and put a blank audio region before and in between recorded regions on the track and then merge so that it is one long continuous file, but it doesn't work this way.

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Hi, Sorry to reference a Pro Tools/Live command, but here is something that I haven't been able to figure out in Logic 8: I have various regions on my audio track. Then you will be prompted to merge the non contiguous regions like dani showed you. But you can accomplish it in Logic, it's just a bit more convoluted this way.

In PT (or Live 7), I can highlight a certain time that includes these regions, "consolidate", and then the highlighted section becomes an audio file itself. The new file will have the blank data at the beginning and the audio as well. I think this is along the lines of what you are trying to accomplish.

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