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This may be a very obvious answer but... Is it possible to route signals to a subgroup track and record them on that channel?

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There are only two ways to route audio - subgroup and aux send, correct? Is it possible to record any audio internally in real time - by bussing or routing it to another track?

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With RME interfaces you can use the Loop Back function, then you can record internally in real time. From the top of my head I can't think of a way to do that only within Sam.

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There seems be no way to record routed audio to either an auxiliary or sub- mix bus. The only way it can be done is by freezing the bus as I mentioned. This does seem rather odd limitation and I will investigate as to why this is not possible.

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Kraznet

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Thanks for your responses. I find it odd as well, especially as SAMllitude and Sequoia are so well designed and professional in their philosophy. Nonetheless, it is a simple enough wokflow shift, and I can certainly accomplish the things I want to with the freeze function. I would be curious to know if it is a technical limitation of the DAW's architecture.

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With Samplitude Pro X, I used the freeze option to bounce down a few objects into a sample for subsequent use. Even though I manually renamed it and moved this file into a different subfolder, and it was actively used on a new track in the project, Samplitude still targeted it when doing a project file cleanup. I haven't tried this in Pro X2 yet.

What I've done since then is use a free recording vst on the track or submix bus, which has worked quickly and easily enough. MRecorder by Melda Productions is the one I've had luck with (http://www.meldaproduction.com/plugins/product.php?id=MRecorder). I'm sure there are many other options out there for doing this, but this is one I've used.

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With Samplitude Pro X, I used the freeze option to bounce down a few objects into a sample for subsequent use. Even though I manually renamed it and moved this file into a different subfolder, and it was actively used on a new track in the project, Samplitude still targeted it when doing a project file cleanup. I haven't tried this in Pro X2 yet.

What I've done since then is use a free recording vst on the track or submix bus, which has worked quickly and easily enough. MRecorder by Melda Productions is the one I've had luck with (http://www.meldaproduction.com/plugins/product.php?id=MRecorder). I'm sure there are many other options out there for doing this, but this is one I've used.

Hi Jashar,

That seems like a workable solution. I have that plugin and will give it a try. Thanks for posting.

rjuly

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There are only two ways to route audio - subgroup and aux send, correct? Is it possible to record any audio internally in real time - by bussing or routing it to another track?

There is a "mix to file" feature which allows you to record the master bus in realtime.

And yes, that Melda freebie bundle has lots of useful stuff.

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With Samplitude Pro X, I used the freeze option to bounce down a few objects into a sample for subsequent use. Even though I manually renamed it and moved this file into a different subfolder, and it was actively used on a new track in the project, Samplitude still targeted it when doing a project file cleanup. I haven't tried this in Pro X2 yet.

What I've done since then is use a free recording vst on the track or submix bus, which has worked quickly and easily enough. MRecorder by Melda Productions is the one I've had luck with (http://www.meldaproduction.com/plugins/product.php?id=MRecorder). I'm sure there are many other options out there for doing this, but this is one I've used.

Hi Jashar,

That seems like a workable solution. I have that plugin and will give it a try. Thanks for posting.

rjuly

No problem! I wish I would have seen your post earlier.

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