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When exporting .musicloop, save the bounced Part.flac using Auto Tail

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asked Jul 7, 2017 in Editing by requestsandquestions (970 points)

Currently when .musicloops are saved, the Part.flac found within the archive is confined to the original loop's length. This isn't as useful as if it were to bounce the MIDI using the Auto Tail setting to capture the tail end of the generated sound. .musicloops would serve much better as a backup if this were the case, as the sound can then be fully recreated via audio if need be, simply by cutting the tail end and overlapping it with the body of the sound, thus creating a seamless loop. This could be the new default, or implemented as another option when dragging and dropping the MIDI file to the Files tab: on top of [x] Musicloop and [  ] MIDI File, you could have [  ] Musicloop using Auto Tail.


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answered Jul 8, 2017 by Skip Jones (166,490 points)
selected May 22, 2018 by AlexTinsley
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