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Hey guys. Thanks to my colleg, my life is slowly becoming more and more dependent on an Apple and less and less dependent on Windows. My favorite SPC player is not Mac compatible. But I think this might replace my favorite player if I can be told how to do one simple thing.
I've noticed that quite a few people that use this program have been mixing and remixing tunes. In Meridian Advance (my old SPC player), simply holding down shift while pressing play will convert the enabled channels to mp3 through real time recording and then save them into a designated folder. My question is, how do you export the individual channels (be it aiff, wav, or mp3) without running a line out into seperate recording software.
The program is awesome and I will continue use it and make suggestions. If the program cannot already perform such an action, I think that including it into future versions would be an excellent idea so that sound geeks such as myself can mix and remix our favorite gaming tunes.
Thanks for your help.
Patty (Patrick Ryan)


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You can use the Export to WAV command in the options menu and the Channel toggles to turn on and off individual channels. It's not quite as convenient as what you describe but should do the job.

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Now I see it. It was in front of me the whole time. Thanks.


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