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I have two tracks that I imported into Logic, mixed those up, and now I want to export the song as a mp4. How do I do this? everything I try seems to mess up the song.. either pieces are missing, or I'm given all the pieces as separate files, either of which is what I want..

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If you're exporting tracks, then this is the wrong option. In audio recording terminology, you want to bounce the tracks. In the tape recording days, this was the procedure where you took a multi-track composition and "rendered" it to one result track, thus saving space on a tape machine with limited tracks available.

Anyway, you go to File → Bounce… (or press ⌘B).

Then, select your output options.

This should all be explained in the manual that came with your copy, or the Logic Pro online support.

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