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I have an external effect, accessible as a VST plug-in. Everything works fine when working with my session; but when I want to bounce my session, it's not done in realtime, so my bounce is completely silent. And trying to route the mix to a bus with the idea of recording it, the recording button is not there!

I'm stuck with using one of these solutions: a software audio loopback, a hardware audio loopback, or a VST recorder insert.

Any other idea?

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I would have added the following tags to the question, but my reputation is not sufficient: "audition bounce real-time" –  moala Jun 16 '11 at 13:01
    
Bouncing the tracks simply completes the same processing at the most rapid rate the computer's configuration can offer. Does your plugin only control the external effect? IOW, is the audio processing of the external effect done in some other box with automatable control knobs being the VST? –  phasetransitions Jun 16 '11 at 14:13
    
phasetransitions: the audio processing is only done in realtime outside of the application, without automation. –  moala Jun 16 '11 at 14:44
    
There is no "realtime" switch for bouncing in Audition? Cubase does have one. –  Eduard Wirch Jun 17 '11 at 21:42

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Just create a new channel, set it up to RESAMPLE and bounce the track. Just don't forget to raise your master volume, since the Resample will capture the master sound.

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