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    Need help with exporting/rendering :)

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    Hello, i've finished mixing a song in Reaper and would like to render it into a WAV file however all the tutorials i have come across are for how to render each of the individual tracks in the song rather than how to export it in such a way where the tracks all play at the same time like i want them to, as opposed to one file of drums and another of vocals lol, can't really listen back to the song that way. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance!

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    File|Render

    Choose appropriate settings.

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    What he says ^^^^

    The default will be to render as a WAV.

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    The default settings are pretty much what you need (source = master mix, time = whole project). If you are combining items with different sample rates then make sure you use the extreme setting for the sample rate conversion.
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    Remember to select Mastermix and not stems when rendering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meccalli View Post
    Remember to select Mastermix and not stems when rendering.
    The master mix is the default in rendering.

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    Hi all,
    I am a total newbie here, and need some help on rendering issue:

    1. I removed vocals from a existing song/track by a) duplicate track, b)separated the L/R channels c) phase inverted track 1; d) master mix on mono.
    2. When I play the song, I got "minus one" no vocal result as expected.
    3. But, when I rendered the projectt (MP3), the resulted file has the vocal back.

    What did I do wrong? How to get my no vocal file (mp3) from this process?

    Thank you for anyone with kindest assistance.

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