Consolidating audio files cubase
This course will show producers how to separate all their sounds before exporting, and will teach artist how to consolidate or bounce their files before exporting.
I'm still shocked at the number of people who don't know how to share files correctly.
Since most applications automatically import file to begin at the start of the session, it is best to consolidate these file to all begin exactly at the beginning of the session.
So, for example, if a guitar solo enters at 2 minutes, 23 seconds, 346 milliseconds into a project, consolidating that file will have it begin at “0” and insert 2 minutes, 23 seconds, 346 milliseconds of silence before it.
Since pro Tools is a proprietary system, it is difficult to incoprate its sessions into other programs. Method 1: Translating with Digi Translator The Digi Translator is a separate utility for Pro Tools that allows the import and export of OMF files.
Many applications also have OMF capabilities, so importing an OMF file created from another DAW into Pro Tools will very accurately recreate the session, including MIDI files, audio files, plugins that are accessible to both systems, etc.
Method 2: Savin’ Waves The other, less elegant, method is to simply save all audio and MIDI files separately from one program, and import them into the other.
The key here is to make sure every audio file is imported with timing intact.
After completing this 30 minute course you'll be ready share your sessions and tracks with others.Producers will learn how to track out their beats and artists will learn how to share their verses with others to collaborate.Sharing sessions and files the right way is often overlooked, but something everyone needs to know how to do.Remember, you only have one time to make a first impression.Don't miss out on work and collaborating with other because your files aren't shared correctly.Producers will learn how to properly deliver beats to artist after they purchase a track, or an engineer when it time for mixing.