Hey all… been doing some research… and i’ve decided the time has come to figure out the PROPER way to do this, so here I am starting a thread on it.
So long story short… I mix records and EPs. ALOT. Up until now, i’ve simply mixed all songs in the SAME PROJECT (pretty much ever since the SX1 days), which as you can imagine definitely places demands on my CPU usage that would make most folks cringe, due to things like track count and DSP.
Basically, I’m interested in attempting to keep all projects/songs in their separate Cubase projects. My question for the forum is - Is there an easy way to do this in 6.5.4 or C7? I know that in Protools you simply name tracks consistently, and then there’s an option to carry over settings, PT then goes in, matches up the track names and applies settings. Is it that simple in Cubase nowadays? I attempted this once back in the SX1 days, then again in the SX3 days. It was kind of a nightmare, so I decided to stick with what was working - mixing all the songs in the same project.
I obviously cannot be the first person that has run into this… how does everyone else do it? or am I simply better off stickin with what has worked all these years?