asked Dec 11 '14 at 23:18 by Pop-I (51)


How do I do mixdowns when I have a lot of outboard gear. When I Export the Master I loose all the tracks with Hardware FX.

So how can I Export/Bounce in real-time?

I asked this question a few weeks ago and got a couple good solutions. The easiest is to select "master" as input of a new track and just record the new track in realtime.


answered Dec 12 '14 at 04:50 by jimmydeer (120)

edited Dec 12 '14 at 04:51

You can record the output of a track with a Hardware FX insert, up the point in the chain after the Hardware FX insert. That way you can print to disk the hardware processing and then copy over the subsequent processing if needed to the new recorded track... if that makes sense?


answered Jan 12 '17 at 21:11 by elemental (391)

hi Pop-I, real time export like in cubase 5 and higher is in the moment not possible. if you have lots of in/outputs in your audio interface you can record these channels as separat audio tracks. after rec session you can bounce it. I am using RME fireface for my hardware Fx gears and synths. in preferences (audio) you can add your in/outputs from the soundcard. you can name this channels for a better overview. I think it's the only way to record multi audio files in one way. this should be working. I hope it helps you.

greetz bacx


answered Dec 12 '14 at 00:53 by bacx (71)

Hi jimmydeer! I thing this is a really good solution when you want to make a final mixdown. I should memorise this ; ) In this case I can't correct little mistakes of my mixing, maybe. But it's a really good way when I thinking always is fine.
Thanks bacx!


answered Dec 12 '14 at 10:19 by bacx (71)

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