The exact error is “A Disk Overload occurred during the export!”. I see this has been an issue in the past, but it’s frustrating that it’s happening with Cubase 10 and an I9-7940x. I’ve finally invested in some Analog mixing gear and didn’t anticipate how much harder it would be to do bounces in real-time rather than not. I do have large sessions I’m exporting, but if I export the audio out my sound card and back into Reaper, it plays the track fine and records the audio in Reaper. I’m not sure why it’s that much more taxing for Cubase to record the master track while playing it back during a bounce.
I tried an old free VST plugin called Voxengo Recorder which works fine to throw on the master track and record. But I often need to bounce things right on the bar and also it’s WAV only - often I bounce rough mixes to mp3. Does anyone know of another VST plugin that records and where you can automate the start and end of the recording?
Or any ideas of how I can avoid the error? If I run my master setting to a group track and then use that as an input on a stereo audio track, it seems to work pretty well. Then I can bounce that.