If your MIDI tracks play back through a soft synth, use either the File > Export > Audio or the Track view Tracks > Bounce to Track(s) commands (see the procedures in To export your soft synth tracks as Wave, MP3, or other type files, and To convert your soft synth tracks to new audio tracks).
1. Pick a destination audio track and set the Input field to Stereo-(name of your sound card).
4. If SONAR’s metronome is set to use any software synth to produce a click, disable the recording metronome. To do so, click the Record Metronome button in the Control Bar’s Transport module, or go to Edit > Preferences > Project - Metronome and clear the Recording check box.
Windows 7: Click the Windows Start button and go to Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Volume Control.
6. Open the sound card’s recording control window (the command is probably Options > Properties > Adjust Volume For Recording) and make sure all check boxes below Adjust Volume For Recording are selected.
7. Click OK, and locate the slider marked MIDI, Synth, Mixed Input, or What You Hear. Select the Select check box at the bottom, then close the window.
8. In SONAR, click the Record button.SONAR records all the MIDI tracks that are assigned to the sound card synth as a stereo audio track.
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