I’d originally posted this in a different forum but, after six weeks, only 7 people have viewed it, so thought I’d pop it in here.
So, I’ve had Cubase 4 for a number of years and it’s always been reliable (hence avoiding any upgrades)
Recently, though, I’ve started receiving an ‘unexpected error’ message whilst exporting an audio mixdown as a WAV. It exports fine as a AIFF or WMA, but not a WAV. I’d like to get to the bottom of why this is.
I’ve just updated my e-Licenser Control Centre, in case that was the issue, but it hasn’t solved the problem.
Can anyone shed any light as to why this is no longer exporting as a WAV, without suggesting that I need to update my DAW?
Also, it appears that my version of Cubase doesn’t want to handle WAV files at all.
I now can’t import them either, and often when I click on a channel, I’ll get a message saying ‘could not create record file’.
Does anyone know what could have happened to cause this, as it now make this version of Cubase completely unusable and I don’t want to lose the years and year of projects I’ve made.