Flatten audiofiles after looprecording?

Flatten audiofiles after looprecording?

Postby Winger » Wed Jun 12, 2013 11:43 pm

I record layers of drumbeats or guitars via audiobus using looping recording.
Then I get one track containing several separate audiofiles stacked on top of each other.
How do I flatten this layers of audiofiles into one?
I've read the manual but I cant find anything about this...is it even possible?
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Re: Flatten audiofiles after looprecording?

Postby surfer » Thu Jun 13, 2013 6:21 am

Create as many audio tracks as you have loops. The select the track on top and drag it down to an empty track. Repeat until each loop is on its own track. Then do a mix down.
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Re: Flatten audiofiles after looprecording?

Postby Winger » Mon Jul 01, 2013 7:04 pm

Hi Surfer!
Thank you for the tip, didnt think of that!
I thought Cubasis recording worked as Cubase and that you could merge the recordings on the same track.
Apparently it does not work that way, but I think that would be a great feature.

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