JMCecil wrote:Stem to groups,
batch the groups
JMCecil wrote:You route all affected tracks to a group. You export the groups, not the tracks.
For example, I do this with VSL instruments when I have a large number of automated articulations. I can have some really complex routings that are playing a really simplistic melody line because of the number of articulations and automations+FX on those particular articulations. So, I route downhill to a lot of group tracks that I keep in a "stems" folder. When I'm ready to export for mixing, I dump them through those groups.
FShkreli wrote:Hi there,
I am a Cubase 7.0.6 64-bit user on Windows 7 Ultimate x64. I have a question regarding the bouncing/exporting of tracks within Cubase. I produce electronic dance music and often times (especially when I am composing experimental pieces) my track count (Audio, MIDI, FX and Group Channel tracks) can run up to 300 in total. However, when I am done producing, I cannot batch export most of these tracks for the next stage which is mixing due to the fact that many of them are routed to various groups and/or contain insert effects that are controlled by other MIDI tracks (i.e., Stutter Edit, Artillery2, Reaktor 5, etc.). Until now, I have had to bounce the stems individually which usually takes me about 10 or so hours. Sometimes, the volume on my stereo out is automated a dB (often, I'll have my verses at -0.75dB and the choruses at 0.00dB).
What is the best way for me to use the batch export function such that Cubase takes into account the various routings and additionally linked MIDI tracks?
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