When your mix is sounding as good as it possibly can, you’re ready for the final export.
Exporting a mix is no different from exporting a MIDI track to an audio file, or bouncing an audio track with effects. There are only a few changes in the Export window that you should consider when making the final export.
You don’t need to export your mix to the project folder, but keeping your mixes in the project folder may make them easier to find later on.
There are several file formats to choose from when exporting. Using WAV64 files may be something you should seriously consider if you plan on having your mix professionally mastered as they are becoming more and more of a standardized format. If this is the case, you should ...