Consolidating cubase 4
I mention ' If you wish to export to a compressed format or send it as a demo over email etc, then you can choose MP3 (MPEG 1 Layer 3 File). The sample rate by default will be the same as your project's sample rate setting.Insert Broadcast Wave Chunk will split the audio file into smaller chunk should you be exporting a really, really long file that exceeds 2GB in size! In my example I'm keeping my sample rate set to 44.100 k Hz.Cubase can export to all the most popular file formats and some.From the File Format drop down menu choose the file type you wish to use.I wish I could just disable auto-warping for the whole project. Consider paying some respect to other ways of working.
A standard way to set Left locator is to Option-click (Alt on PC) in the Bar Ruler and for the right locator, Command-click (Control on PC).
Say our project files were recorded at 32-bit floating point.
Now we want to make a CD ready version of our project. You'll need to set the bit depth to 16-bit and apply some dithering.
Another quick way is to choose Edit The Channel selection list shows you which tracks will be exported to individual audio files.
So, let's say you want to export every track to it's own audio file and send it to a Mastering House to professionally master your project, or even export tracks to individual audio files to back up your project, here is where to do it.
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This is the same sample rate setting used for Audio CDs.