I’m not having any luck. Can someone please explain…
I have simply copied the c2 project’s folder and pasted it into the corresponding location in c3. It will then show up in c3 under projects. This is of course a duplicate of the original project folder.
I’ve tried this and the tracks are there, but the’re empty tracks. I created a sub folder and named it cb2, then copied all the projects.
Actually, I seem to be having the same issue. I expected the transfer to be straightforward, as the audio in the project’s audio folder was transferred also. I must have tested this with a project that contained no audio. With projects containing audio, the audio events are indeed empty when I open the project. I need to check this later when I’m on my iPad.
Please try these steps:
- Please open Cubasis 2
- Go to Media/Projects and select a project
- Tap “Share”, “More” and “More” and choose “Copy to Cubasis 3”
Please let me know about your results.
That worked…thanks! However, when I initially opened the project in Cubasis 3 the playback tempo was extremely slow, even though the indicated tempo was correct. I restarted CB3 and it was fine. So I guess they need to shared 1 project at a time, but that’s okay!
Thank you for your feedback.
Our engineering addressed several project import topics with the latest Cubasis 3.0.1 update.
Would you be able to share the original Cubasis 2 project with us, which created intermittent playback tempo issues?
I can’t remember which one it was. Sorry…
No problem, but the problem seems be solved anyway, correct?
Thanks again Lars…
Thanks for the confirmation, lsd!
I tried the above and it didn’t work.
My copied project appears in the CB3 media bay but when I open it there’s nothing in the arranger window.
Thank you for your message.
Does the transferred project works fine with Cubasis 2?
If possible, please share the Cubasis 2 project with me (e.g. upload via Dropbox, link via PM), so we can give it a check.