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Old 15th November 2010 , 01:03 PM
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I'd just need every channel exported as WAVs. You can do that easily with multi channel export in Cubase 5. Usually 24 bit is preferable but I think for these purposes 16 is fine. If you zip them all up in one folder you should be able to upload that to Mediafire no problems. Once it's done I'll send you a Cubase project and you should be able to open it up, just pointing to the folder on your machine with all the WAVs in it.

I've done this a few times before, it's good practise for me
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I'll give it a try! Will give you a shout if i manage to get it done

Was just wondering if you got the stems and if so how you got on with them? Any chance of an update?


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Was just wondering if you got the stems and if so how you got on with them? Any chance of an update?


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Haven't had time to upload them yet but i'm going to get it done ASAP, someone else just offered today to do the same as tehlord so it will be interesting to see how both turn out!
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Ok, i've got the Wav files ready. I just exported them straight from the project. This though, means that all the tracks have the effects on them that i added. I just checked and all vocals are panned the way i had them etc. Would you rather i uploaded them all with nothing added atall?
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Ok. i've started to upload to mediafire anyway. Each audio track is 80mb though so it's going to take hours!
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You should disable or bypass all effects and EQs before exporting the tracks... any new 3rd party mix needs to be done from the unprocessed uneffected WAV track exports.
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You should disable or bypass all effects and EQs before exporting the tracks... any new 3rd party mix needs to be done from the unprocessed uneffected WAV track exports.
Ok, does this mean i hace to go through all my inserts and EQ's individually and just switch them off? And will i centre all the panning?


Right. i've exported all the tracks with no plug ins, no eq. No panning. So it's bare. Just need to upload the files now. Will post when done.


Can't find a way to send these files. Mediafire will only allow 200MB for free, and yousend it wont let me send multiple files without paying. Dropbox wants me to download something and i'm not keen on doing that. Any ideas? I don't know how to zip a file.
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Open the folder where yoiur exported WAV files are. Select them all and then right click. Choose "Sendto" and then "Compressed (Zipped) folder". This will create a zip file containing all the selected WAV files.
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Hi Chris
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Here is a good tutorial to help beginners get a professional vocal sound first time: Recording vocals for the first time
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