As a stand-alone audio file
In the Timeline, adjust the Work Area Bar to select the region you wish to export.
Then, referring to the main menu, go to File > Export > Audio and an “Export Audio” window should then open. Give the file an name. Before you press Save, you will have to make a few audio compression decisions.
Click Settings. In the Export Audio Settings, select General (in the left-hand column) and make the following adjustments:
- File Type: Choose “Windows Waveform.”
- Range: Select “Work Area Bar.”
- Don’t worry about “Embedding Options.”
Again, in the Export Audio Settings, click on “Audio” (in the left-hand column) and make these settings:
- Compressor: Uncompressed
- Sample Rate: 48000 Hz
- Sample Type: 16-bit
When you’ve finished making the adjustments, click OK and then press Save once you have returned to the Audio Export Window (after making sure that you save the file in a place like the Scratch Disk).