I trying to find the best way of copying (backing up) whole tracks from a project.
Just a little background: my productions consist of few tracks, but each of those tracks have a huge amount (days) of work involved in making them.
So i’m looking for the best way to back up a project, so that if a Cubase song file becomes corrupted and can’t be opened, i can at least restore it from the backed up tracks.
So i’ve found an easy way to back up a whole track: just highlight (select) the track, and ctrl + C.
Then go to an empty new project and ctrl + V will paste in the whole track, including instrument and all midi events and automation. Then save and you’ve got that track backed up in it’s own individual Cubase song.
But what i haven’t managed to do is to ctrl + V more then one track into a new Cubase song (in order to restore the whole song from the individual back-up Cubase songs).
The first ctrl + V works fine, but after that, it only pastes the midi information (if it’s an instrument track).
Anyone have any ideas or work-arounds to ctrl + V more then one instrument track into a new Cubase song so that it also includes midi and automation?