I’ve got a dilemma that has recently crept up since upgrading to MacOS Sierra and Cubase 9 that I can’t solve.
Here’s the scenario
-I work on a project at my home studio with VST’s and audio. I freeze the VST’s and choose File->Backup Project and save a copy to Dropbox. All folders (Audio, Freeze, Images, Track Pictures) are as they should be with the proper files in each.
-At my recording studio I copy the project folder from dropbox to my session drive. When I open it, it gives me the dialog that the file has been moved (it didn’t used to do this) and do I want to use the new or old location for files. I choose the new.
-I proceed with my session and my Engineer mixes the project. He then chooses File->Backup Project and saves the file to a finished folder on Dropbox. NOW HOWEVER the Freeze folder is missing and all the Freeze files are in the Audio Folder!!!
This causes some real issues when I open the file back at my home studio.
Any guesses at why Cubase at my recording studio is deleting the Freeze folder on backup and moving the freeze files to audio folder?
I’m using Sierra 10.12.2 and Cubase Pro 9.0.1 at both locations.