This is a question rather than a statement. Im a composer and collaborate with co writers on a daily basis. Im not sure if this is something im doing, something my collaboraters are/arent hearing, or just a cubase specific issue:
I write at 48khz/24bit as well as export in 48khz/24bit (excluding mp3). Typically i work mostly with midi but at times render midi to audio tracks with same audio format. Im getting feeding back about the audio quality. Other writers(this includes mixing/mastering engineers) are saying that the quality of the audio that they are receiving is subpar with what they get when they render, or export with theirs daws(these other daws include: ableton, logic, protools). As if the audio isnt as “clear” as its supposed to be. Not sure how else to describe it. I personally cant hear the difference. Its has been pointed out to me that when they send me an audio file to collaborate on and I send it back after sequencing, rendering and exporting in cubase the audio file is of lessor quality than when they first sent it to me. Has anyone else experienced this? Is this something I may be doing wrong, or a particular setting im not aware of, or rendering/exporting process I should consider(ie. realtime rendering)? thanks for you help!!