I was wondering if someone could confirm this bug for me.
I’m an old Cubase user and part of my workflow for years was to bounce out stems into a mix project for final tweaks/assembly. If there was a change I needed to implement in a stem, I’d reopen the project I bounced the stems out of, make the change, then replace the stem audio file in the Cubase mix project’s ‘Audio’ directory. As long as I hadn’t done any processing to the audio within the mix project, Cubase would then ‘see’ this new file and I could continue mixing.
I’ve noticed in Nuendo 11 if I try something similar not only does it not work but it also causes a blast of noise when playing back the replaced stem in the mix project. Here’s how you recreate it:
- Import a bounced audio file into an N11 ‘Mix’ project and place it on a track. I’m using 32-bit float files. Close that N11 project.
-Open the project you bounced it from, and re-bounce the file, replacing the original bounce in the Audio directory of the ‘Mix’ project. Close that project.
- Reopen the ‘Mix’ project and play back the file you just replaced. You should get a blast of noise on playback.