Cubase 9.5.41 user here, I love it, works great for my live setup. I think I’d like to start mixing and mastering in Cubase instead of Pro Tools for a number of reasons, but I can’t figure out how to “print” a stereo mix to an audio track like I can in Pro Tools. This is where all tracks are routed to an AUX track and then recorded in real time to an audio track. I like doing things that way for a number of reasons, but so far I can’t figure it out in Cubase. Gotta be possible, right?
Here’s how I do it in Pro Tools:
Create a stereo AUX bus named “MONITOR” and make the input a stereo bus named “MIXBUS”.
Make all tracks you want in the mix have their outputs sent to “MIXBUS”.
Setup an audio track and make the input “MIXBUS”. Record enable the track, arm PT for recording, mute the “monitor” aux track, and then press play and PT records the mix to a new audio track in real time which can then be exported as a file later.
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Hi, sorry for double posting but I asked this in another thread and didn’t know this existed yet.
Its render in place the same thing as printing the mix or export audio mixdown? What I am trying to achieve is print the mix to a stereo track and apply different tape machine emulations on it to compare.
I think it would be good for Steinberg to add this procedure to either the Cubase manual or to make a video on their channel. I think there are certain benefits to printing the mix that audio export does not offer you.