Windows 10 Pro 64Bit / n-Track 7
I would like to be able to batch-process (equalize) multiple tracks.
It gets very cumbersome running tracks one-by-one since I have a lot to work on.
I only (for now) use n-Track 7 just for equalizing my tracks to digital format form older audio mediums.
Below are the steps I take to get my disire, depending on the souce of tracks.
Import Audio File
Master Equalizer module, there are three 'knobs’
I set it to +10
Middle knob: I set it to 00
I set it to +15
This “Step 2” differ depending on what I was working on.
Usually, I usually have same Master Equalizer setting for
all converted tracks for my Cassettes (tapes), Vinyl (Record)
or even CDs.
Each medium has its own settings.
Save the track with a name
In the “Mixdown Song” window
More Options (Here I set the options I need)
Since I save the audio track to a MP3 format,
I get the dialog box "MP3 Settings"
I set the MP3 setting to disired settings
Go (the arrow button in the lower-right corner)
For the above steps, when equalizing another track, I would have
to miss steps 2 and 4.
In step 7, I would just have to hit the
Still a lot of steps for one track.
Some tracks take
long time to process.
Now, imagine having hundreds of tracks.
Would be nice to be able to save the settings for tracks for my old
cassettes, vinyl, and records, and most importantly, batch-equalize
multiple tracks in one go.
I was told it is possible, but I can’t find how.
Thanks in advance.
n-Track doesn’t currently support batch processing of files. The best I think you can do is to save a template project (.sng file) with the track without wav files but with the effects chain you like. You can then reload the project for each file you want to process, drag & drop the file in the track and mixdown.