I would avoid freezing because once you do this you cannot retrieve your midi.darkenedsoul wrote:Why not after slice to MIDI you freeze the track? Shouldn't that create the audio clips and then you just need to find them (wherever your track/project is pointing to in a subfolder below that, forget what it gets named, recorded?)?
So you're happily editing your audio and slicing and mashing it up.
And then you think "I'd like to change my piano chords a bit" - but you can't because your midi has gone and you may not even remember how to play the original!
I have made this mistake before - don't do it this way!!!
Either do shift control r to export the track(s) and the drag/drop back in using windows exploder or resample it.