Recording Virtual Instruments as Audio In Pro Tools

We’ve all been there. Sometimes it’s after that sweet key solo you throw down, and yet other times it’s while you’re programming your bass part. No matter the point at which it happens, CPU overloads are definitely no fun! 

But the good news is that you can actually avoid some unnecessary CPU usage simply by printing your virtual instruments (VIs) as audio!

Dean Palya Jr walks us through the basic steps to get rid of the CPU hungry VIs and work with a much leaner, cleaner audio track!

Then check out the new country Track we produce with Dean in Nashville Demo Mixing

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