The reasoning here was as follows:
It took a moderator here (Chris Dobbs, thank you again!) to tell me how to export my project for mixdown to another project, which should not be necessary… http://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=182&t=48826
Microsoft puts it into Visual Studio as well (and this certainly is a very professional software, I think Steinberg uses it as well?)
Of course, take it with a grain of salt. Question remains: what can Cubase do which I don’t even know about, because I didn’t even know what to look for?
The video tutorials ARE good, but they don’t cover such things like the question I asked.
I remember when I started software development as a kid, there were books from “Data Becker”, called “Kompendiums”… fat, super comprehensive, very much into detail.
If somebody knows a REALLY good book about Cubase 7, I would be more than pleased to buy it. But not beginners stuff which tells you for 150 pages first how to connect the audio interface or copy parts.
I want a juicy book, something which makes me sweat and scratch my head and makes me go “oooooh wooooow!!”, not “omg I KNOW how to insert a USB plug”.