The audio transfer methods are summarised in two tables below and there should be at least one that works with your brand of DAW, including Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Ableton, Cubase, Nuendo, Reaper, Studio One, etc. Which method(s) you choose for transferring audio will depend on your DAW, the methods it supports, and the amount of audio you want to transfer. You should be able to follow the links below to skip to the sections related to the DAW, plug-in type, or specific operation you are interested in.


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The table below provides a summary of the main methods, with links to sections in the manual describing these.


Transfer audio
from your DAW to Revoice Pro

Method

DAW or Plug-In Interface

Notes

Drag and Drop audio files into Revoice Pro

Stand-alone and most DAWs

  • Files can be existing .wav or .aiff, bounced or Exported from DAW to disk
  • Faster than real-time
  • Transfer multiple tracks and regions simultaneously
  • Uses Timecode (if present)
  • Uses file names

Revoice Pro Link Plug-ins

  • Audio Suite and AAX: one or more regions from one track instantly
  • AU, VST3: multiple tracks simultaneously, in real time
  • Pro Tools: "entire selection" creates a continuous file, even if multiple regions

Selection-Based Processing

Logic Pro (from v 10.3)

  • Faster than real time
  • Multiple regions
  • Auto-trims silence from the end of the captured audio

"Quick" APT Plug-in
and
"Quick" Doubler Plug-in

Audio Suite and AAX
(Pro Tools only)

  • High-speed, simplified workflow: captures, processes and returns audio to Pro Tools (like VocALign)
  • 3-track session only
  • Limited session tools available

DAW Region Drag and Drop

DAW Region Copy and Paste

  • Faster than real-time
  • Multiple regions
  • Uses Timecode (if present)
  • Maintains region names
  • Does not duplicate audio

Quick APT/Doubler/Warp
(Intelligent Cut/Paste)

Studio One
(from v3.3.2.4)
[from Revoice Pro 3.3]

  • High-speed, simplified workflow: captures, processes and returns audio to Studio One
  • Tracks, groups and processes are created automatically

ARA

Studio One
(from v4.0)
[from Revoice Pro 4.0]

  • Immediate transfer and updating of linked tracks or audio regions.
  • Maintains names of regions
  • Saving and loading of projects

 

Transfer processed audio
from Revoice Pro to your DAW

Method

DAW or Plug-In Interface

Notes

Drag and Drop directly into DAW track

  • Instantaneous
  • One processed region at a time
  • Spot to timecode (might require extra DAW command)
  • Normally keeps name of region

Export audio to files and drag files into DAW

Most DAWs

  • Multiple tracks, multiple regions simultaneously
  • Spot to timecode
  • Automatic creation of file names from user-specified elements

Revoice Pro Link and Quick APT and Doubler

Audio Suite and AAX Plug-ins
(Pro Tools only)

  • One or more region from one track spotted instantly to timecode in DAW

Quick APT/Doubler/Warp
(Intelligent Cut/Paste)

Studio One
(from v3.3.2.4)
[from Revoice Pro 3.3]

  • Copy Revoice process outputs
  • Paste back to original position in DAW
  • Selected or all process outputs at once

ARA

Studio One
(from v4.1)
[from Revoice Pro 4.0]

  • Automatic seamless updating from all linked processes
  • Create permanent hard copies using  DAW's render function
  • Saving and loading of projects


Related topics

Audio format requirements