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Help burning PT regions on CD! (I miss Masterlist)

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Anonymous
October 11, 2004 5:27:12 PM

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I'm sure the brain trust here has a solution for me. Here's the situation:
I am burning a one hour forty minute memorial service onto two CD's. Most
of it is short art songs (soprano/piano) and some speaches. I have already
normalized, taken out a few loud coughs etc. Then I dropped in region
boundaries. (Command E before the first note of each piece). Then I named each
region alphabetically and exported each region. In total this all took roughly
the running time plus twenty minutes.
Back in the days of OS9, I would have then opened Masterlist CD.
Masterlist recognized PT regions, so I would have dragged them all in to a
Masterlist document and burned. The End.
Itunes doesn't see the exported regions. Jam doesn't see the imported regions.
Aargh. Of course I could select each region, bounce it to disc individually,
rename it and have it available in these programs. That, however, would take a
couple more hours (there are roughly forty pieces/regions). Please help.
What Mac disc burning program will recognize Protools regions, allow me to
create a playlist and burn without inserting default spaces between them.
Thanks in advance folks.


Kevin M. Kelly
"There needs to be a 12-step program for us gearheads"
Anonymous
October 11, 2004 6:09:03 PM

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>What Mac disc burning program will recognize Protools regions, allow me to
>create a playlist and burn without inserting default spaces between them.
>Thanks in advance folks.
>

Again, I am amazed at what a PITA this process is. Why can't Pro Tools burn
CD's?


John A. Chiara
SOS Recording Studio
Live Sound Inc.
Albany, NY
www.sosrecording.net
518-449-1637
Anonymous
October 11, 2004 10:09:13 PM

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Jam can read Pro Tools region definitions.

Rail
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Recording Engineer/Software Developer
Rail Jon Rogut Software
http://www.railjonrogut.com
mailto:rail@railjonrogut.com

"Kevin Kelly" <kellykevm@aol.com> wrote in message
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> I'm sure the brain trust here has a solution for me. Here's the situation:
> I am burning a one hour forty minute memorial service onto two CD's.
Most
> of it is short art songs (soprano/piano) and some speaches. I have already
> normalized, taken out a few loud coughs etc. Then I dropped in region
> boundaries. (Command E before the first note of each piece). Then I named
each
> region alphabetically and exported each region. In total this all took
roughly
> the running time plus twenty minutes.
> Back in the days of OS9, I would have then opened Masterlist CD.
> Masterlist recognized PT regions, so I would have dragged them all in to a
> Masterlist document and burned. The End.
> Itunes doesn't see the exported regions. Jam doesn't see the imported
regions.
> Aargh. Of course I could select each region, bounce it to disc
individually,
> rename it and have it available in these programs. That, however, would
take a
> couple more hours (there are roughly forty pieces/regions). Please help.
> What Mac disc burning program will recognize Protools regions, allow me to
> create a playlist and burn without inserting default spaces between them.
> Thanks in advance folks.
>
>
> Kevin M. Kelly
> "There needs to be a 12-step program for us gearheads"
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Anonymous
October 12, 2004 12:44:31 AM

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<< Jam can read Pro Tools region definitions. >>



I'm probably missing something obvious. Since the finder doesn't display
regions, how do I drag/drop these regions into Jam?
Thanks
Kevin M. Kelly
"There needs to be a 12-step program for us gearheads"
Anonymous
October 12, 2004 3:26:29 AM

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You're right! Jam DOES read regions!
Thanks.
Jam will recognize regions in SDII files, but not in AIFF or WAV files. My PT
session was AIFF. I went back to Protools, saved a session copy and changed the
audio file type to SDII, then re-exported the region defs...voila!
While Jam does read both AIFF and WAV files, it won't see regions embedded in
them. It's back to "old school" SDII for me!

Thanks for your help - especially Rail

KK
Kevin M. Kelly
"There needs to be a 12-step program for us gearheads"
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