1. Firstly make sure that the tracks you want exporting are set to the same output, it is most likely that this will be either Analogue 1 – 2 (stereo) or the 5.1 bus.
Tracks that are either Record enabled or have Input Monitor selected will not be included when exporting.
The mix will be taken from the start of the first piece of audio to the end of the last piece. Alternatively, you can highlight the area you want to be exported.
Click on File → Bounce To → Disk
2. From the drop-down menu next to Bounce Source, choose the output you set all the channel to.
Select Wav from file type.
Mono Summed will export each output channel as a different file.
Interleaved will give you all channel as one file, but if you re-import it into Pro Tools all the exported channels (i.e. the individual outputs of a 5.1 or stereo bus) will appear on different track.
Set the sample rate and bit depth to those you require and then click ‘bounce’.
Then choose a name for your mixdown and a folder to save it in to.