Multi Track Synced Audio Output from Finale

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danielschellmus
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Finale Version: Finale 26
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Multi Track Synced Audio Output from Finale

Post by danielschellmus » Sun Nov 28, 2021 10:06 pm

Finale 27.1 Windows
I tried to open a discussion on the problems of getting an output of synced separate - thus multi -audio tracks from Finale.
I posted in the Fermata timing dicussion but I had no answer.
If you de-activate Human Playing (HP), your separate tracks will be synced. They will all bravely follow the click and you can bring them to the studio.
Unfortunately , deactivating HP had the result that Fermata and Ral were just ignored. So mainly all tempo changes are ignored.
If you leave HP, tempo changes will be activated! Unfortunately not equally for different tracks! So tracks will not anymore be synchronised. In the studio, expect a real chaos, a difficulty I just met recording with live musicians trying to follow the click track.
I believe that it is very important to mix Finale Audio tracks with live tracks, and so we should have this problem fixed.
I know that Finale offers many parameters in the HP, but I could not find the adequate remedy.
I believe that the solution would be: Export/ Audio/ Multi Track / Synced . Finale would then export a number of chosen tracks but all with the same sync.
If that is implemented, then I would be happy to find the solution.
Best
Daniel Schell

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Hector Pascal
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Finale Version: Finale 26
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Re: Multi Track Synced Audio Output from Finale

Post by Hector Pascal » Mon Nov 29, 2021 10:17 pm

Hi Daniel,
Sometimes, I export individual tracks and then recompile in GarageBand using different effects for different tracks etc. I recognize the issue that you describe. My workaround is as follows:

To export single audio tracks (one at a time) and keep them in sync, make sure that you open the score manager/instrument setup window and turn down the volume numbers of all other tracks to zero, (except the one you want) then export the whole audio. Then repeat the process with every track. That way, the fermata and tempo stuff will be used yet you will only end up each time with the track that you desire. It's a bit fiddly, but it works for me!

Best of luck,
Cheerio,
Hector.

danielschellmus
Posts: 23
Joined: Sat Nov 29, 2003 10:00 am
Finale Version: Finale 26
Operating System: Windows

Re: Multi Track Synced Audio Output from Finale

Post by danielschellmus » Tue Nov 30, 2021 7:27 am

Hi Hector
Well that's a brillant clever simple trick!
Thanks for having thought to that
And thanks for the help
Daniel

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