Thanks for reading this.
Like so many people, I’ve got an album full of songs in Cubase 6 that I need to export for engineers to mix and master (Protools, etc.).
What I usually do for EACH TRACK, is make sure the Project Settings are correct (e.g. 48 kHz/32-bit float), Auto Fades are on, zero any EQing, mute effects, center the pan, set volume to zero and bounce EACH and EVERY .wav to a special folder, naming each track something like “Song Name Harmony 2”. Then I burn these bounced song folders to DVD and give them to the engineer.
Is there any way to do this automatically without getting into friggin macros? Nowhere can I find a simple answer online for what seems to be a common need… exporting individual tracks for use in Protools or any other program. (OMF sounds like a disaster)
Side question: How can I shut off the automatic addition of the word “Output” in bounced .wavs?