1. Go to ‘File’ — ‘Bounce To’ — and click ‘Disk…’
2. Ensure that all of your Pro Tools project tracks are going to the same stereo output.
Select your chosen stereo output as the ‘Bounce Source’.
3. Select the file type you would like the bounced audio track to be in.
4. Select the format you want the bounce track to be in.
Note: Interleaved means to have both the left and right tracks in one summed stereo audio file.
5. Select the bit depth that you would like the bounced audio to be in.
6. Select the sample rate that you would like the bounced audio to be in.
1. Check any other boxes as needed, type in a title for the file and click ‘Choose’ to select the location for the file. Check the ‘Offline’ box to bounce the file offline or leave it unchecked to bounce the file in realtime.
Finally, click ‘Bounce’.
2. Wait for the bounce to be created.
Note: It is wise to listen back to the bounced file to double check for any problems that might have occurred during the bouncing stage.