saving tracks as an mp3 on reason

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  1. DJ SLEEPLESS

    DJ SLEEPLESS Member

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    ive made a track on reason but i dont no how to save it as a wav or mp3, so i can play it on my ipod
    can any of use help
     
  2. vickvega

    vickvega Mr. Blonde

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    render to disk as wav. bro
     
  3. Bad Ace

    Bad Ace Close2Death

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    i dont use it but im guessing go to file>export as>then select what format u want it in?
     
  4. Noxxus

    Noxxus Master baiter

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    File>Export song as wav>Select format, click OK
     
  5. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    But don't save tracks as mp3!

    Always save as wave! Always save noncompressed, highest quality in case you want to work on the track in the future. You can't decompress!

    If you don't have enough disk space, upgrade or delete your porn.
     
  6. Noxxus

    Noxxus Master baiter

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    I don't think reason saves to mp3. Maybe in the new version, but as above, it is a shit idea.

    Nooooooooooooooooooooo
     
  7. glenemy

    glenemy Enemy is here

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    i export, then i convert with switch
     
  8. Dj Jammin

    Dj Jammin Member

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    Wouldn't you just use the project file rather than the wav?
     
  9. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    Because it still means opening Reason the first time you need the wav file (say to put it through a wringer in another program) and hoping you've still the samples etc.

    Project and sample files tend to get... modified as in trashed in many different ways. As many backups in as many way as possible in as many places as possible is the idea.

    I once saved a couple of projects as 128 mp3 in a program and nowa couple of years later on I'm fucked because the program stopped working and I've deleted the samples I used. Real story.
     
  10. Filcher

    Filcher Filcher

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    Reason does not export to MP3. You have to export to wave then convert using wavelab, audacity, or soundforge or something of that nature.
     
  11. C_hudson

    C_hudson Randazzo

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    you could always download goldwave ..for free from www.goldwave.com/ open up ur reason file and save it as a mp3 file thats how i do it