Garlbed niose

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Member Since: Dec 31, 2002

I've been trying to mixdown from Cubase to Wavelab, and when I open the file in Wavelab, it sounds like a garbled mess. It sounded fine in Cubase, what happened?

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Czar of Midi
Since: Apr 04, 2002

Feb 19, 2003 10:02 pm

Did you make sure the sample and bitrate are the same in WaveLab as they were in Cubase. If not that would be a place to start. The other thing you need to remembe is that you will need to lower the level's of each track a bit before you do the final mixdown in Cubase, as they may soudn fine when playing as a mix in Cubase. But when they are all mixed down into a stereo pair, digital has a way of combining the track's and when it does this the overall level increases drasticly, thus causing digital clipping. I know in Sonar I bring the level's of all audio track's down by about 15dB or so. Try starting there and see what happen's. You may need to go more or less depending on the number of track's you have.


Since: Dec 31, 2002

Feb 20, 2003 12:18 pm

What's your opinion on True Tape in Cubase for 32 bit float?

Czar of Midi
Since: Apr 04, 2002

Feb 20, 2003 09:11 pm

Never use it as I record everything at 44.100kHz @ 16bit. Then there is never a need for file conversion or dithering.

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