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Available exclusively through SoundFlow.
Created by someone who mixes for a living, Bounce Factory is a bolt-on extension to Pro Tools that allows you to automate every aspect of the bouncing process.
Built on the SoundFlow platform, Bounce Factory lets you set up multiple mix passes for all your sessions in advance, and then bounce them whenever you want, unattended.
Every mix pass can share settings with other mix passes, or be completely independent. You can quickly set up passes with tracks soloed and/or muted; select a range of tracks to be soloed individually as stems; even switch playlists!
On top of that you have granular control of all session data between mix passes including volume, panning, inserts and sends.
Bounce Factory is available exclusively through SoundFlow. Click below to get SoundFlow if you don't already have it. Once installed, navigate to the store and install Bounce Factory. Use the free 30 day trial to see if it's right for you.
Starter: This is the free tier. You can take snapshots and experiment with batches to see how they work, but you can only bounce one snapshot at a time.
Basic: $19/month - $199/year paid annually. This adds the ability to bounce multiple snapshots with unlimited mix passes for a single session at once.
Pro: $49/month - $499/year paid annually. This tier adds the Bounce All function to bounce mixes from multiple sessions at once, as well as giving you the ability to be notified by message/text or email after each mix pass and/or job.
No matter which tier you choose (even the free Starter tier) you get the free Session Snapshots app that uses the Bounce Factory engine to give you the ability to take snapshots of selected tracks in your session. The closest thing to having two sessions open at once as you can get!
Andrew is a 3 time Grammy© award winning mix engineer who prints a lot of mixes. A lot!
Always a bit of a geek, when the pandemic hit and Andrew couldn't go to the pub anymore, he threw himself head-first into programming in SoundFlow. What started as a script to help him print references for himself grew (and grew) into the behemoth that is Bounce Factory. Since writing it 8 months ago he hasn't bounced a mix without it, using his spare time to fix bugs and make it more universal and reliable. Printing mix variants has always been a time consuming and exacting task, but with the rising need for extensive stems, what used to be 4 or 5 mix passes per song has grown to be closer to 25 or 30.
Andrew likes medium-sized walks on the beach and spends his spare time texting screenshots of Bounce Factory updates to his friends.