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Why you should bounce your MIDI to audio

Why you should bounce your MIDI to audio

#AudiotentTip 272. Bounce MIDI to Audio.

MIDI is vital in today's digital audio workstations for triggering instruments or synthesisers. However, once you're happy with your patch/loop, we would advise on bouncing to audio. There are many advantages to why we would do this.
1. Sometimes MIDI information can read incorrectly and affect the consistency of your patch playback.
2. Bouncing to audio will save crucial CPU power.
3. Once in audio, you can now trim reverb tails, reverse or even re-sample.
4. You can now visualise the wave file.
5. Helps you commit to the original idea and reduces the temptation of endless patch tweaking.

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