"Consolidating" a track in Cubase
Old 4th November 2006
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"Consolidating" a track in Cubase

I just recently changed from a PT Environment and I am wondering how to "consolidate" a track in Cubase.
Old 4th November 2006
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If I understand "consolidate" correctly, You can create group tracks, bus the sounds you want to the respective tracks, then bounce each of the groups.
Old 4th November 2006
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If I remember correctly..
File => Export => Audio Mixdown
Old 4th November 2006
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Look up the command 'bounce selection'.
Basically, select the section you want to consolidate, either by selecting all the regions seperately (shift-select), or do a range selection and go to process->bounce selection.

This will consolidate them into a new file and will replace your regions on the arrange page.

Note that this bounce doesn't include track fx, but I guess that's what you want anyway

All the best,

Joris
Old 4th November 2006
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Look up the command 'bounce selection'.
Basically, select the section you want to consolidate, either by selecting all the regions seperately (shift-select), or do a range selection and go to process->bounce selection.

This will consolidate them into a new file and will replace your regions on the arrange page.

Note that this bounce doesn't include track fx, but I guess that's what you want anyway

All the best,

Joris
Old 5th November 2006
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Thanks Joris

I don't know what version you have but I am running Cubase SX3

I couldn't find it under your exact instructions but you lead me to the right place and ultimately the right command, so thanks very much.

On my system it was as follows;

Audio > Bounce Selection


Cheers!
Old 5th November 2006
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I'm running Nuendo 3.2, and you're right, it is under audio instead of process...my bad
(actually process is a function under audio, if I'm not mistaken..I didn't have the program open at the time)

Anyhoo, glad that you were still able to find it!

Cheers,
Joris
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