Step 3: Group the MIDI tracks and call the group "Virus MIDI"
Step 4: Create a new audio track called "Virus Audio". Under the track's I/O section choose the "Virus MIDI" as the input.
Step 5: This is the key step that will allow us to bounce the audio when we're ready to render our project. To do so simply arm the track, click record and then play back your song. Once you've bounced the audio from the Virus you can safely disable the plug-in and all Virus MIDI tracks until you need to edit them again. At this point you can also render your track to disk.
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