Best Solution for Recording Audio from Unify
Good day. I have had Unify for a while now and was mainly using it for playing around in Unify and creating basic patches. I now want to record my patches as WAV but wanted to see what the easiest/best options are. To basically record exactly what I'm playing, preferably without having to record or press play in a DAW. Is there a simpler method? Acid Pro (and I'm sure most/add DAW's) has a great way of freezing your track (which you can then render as a WAV) but only if the midi file is in the Acid Pro timeline and not in Unify (I'm using MIDI Box, so the MIDI is in Unify). Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated - even if it means using an external Windows 10 app to record the audio, instead of a DAW.
Thanks so much, @getdunne - really appreciate it. This looks like a perfect solution - and it's free 🙂