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I edit and master voice-overs during the week, most of them are short questions, answers or statements. What I would like to know is if there is a quick way of exporting all of the events/sounds in the tracks to replace their original ones? This would save me time, as I would not need to rename any of the sounds that I fixed, I could just replace them with the new versions.
If I understand correctly, then there are two principle ways:
Solo the tracks you want to mixdown (ie: all the "John" voice talent tracks), Select all files you're interested in, press [Apple + P], then go [file > export > audio mixdown]. You can re-import and replace the files or select the option [import into project (or something along those lines)]. You'll have to delete or mute the old files though. Make sure you save the project as a new name just to be safe.
If you are only interested in one track with multiple events, then [press number "2" (or second button in your tool bar) --> highlight all the files on the track > right click > audio menu > Bounce to Selection > Replace]
That should do it. Let me know if I misunderstood.
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