Here is what I do: sometimes I want to apply fx and filters to a single audio clip for sound design purposes. So everything from the eq to volume settings, all that goes into a new version of that audio clip which I rename from the original.
I had a workflow worked out in my legacy version of Cubase (SX3.x) some time ago, but its been long enough that I actually don’t fully recall what I did. I thought I used “bounce to disk”. I now have Artist 9. So yeah, its been that long.
Anyway, when I attempt to use “bounce to disk”, nothing is actually happening as far as I can tell. I get a “choice” of replace events? yes or no, and regardless of what I choose, nothing new is created (not in the track and not in the pool). In fact where I choose YES the newly created soundbite (named by default using the track name) is no different from the original. None of the filters, eq, etc. are applied.
However, using export audio mixdown works just fine.
What is odd is somehow I am recalling that there were more options given for “bounce selection” including a dialog box for renaming the new resulting soundbite. Am I missing something or has something changed with the “bounce to disk” command?