Thanks for your time, and your app . . . your program has given me back 6.5 hours of my time today alone!
This is an amazing amazing tool for Cubase and Nuendo users!
Great Job Phil, Keep up the GREAT work! It was hard for me to accept MEAP at first. …what do I need this program for? But, now that I own it and am using it, I realize how great it is and how useful it is. I should have gotten it a long time ago :) Talk to you soon,
That’s too bad there isn’t a MEAP for old Sonar (or) old PC version of Logic. I have SOOO many projects that I’d like to convert just for storage purposes! I guess I will have to do those that long way :) …Cheers! CUBASE IS THE BEST DAW! …and MEAP is right there along side it!!!
Just to say this is an absolutely fantastic piece of software – hats off to you! I recently multi sampled a drumkit, and once all the drum mic channels had been split up into parts, it came to around 3000 samples. I was soloing, setting locators, exporting and naming by hand. Got about 500 files in and thought…there HAS to be another way to do this.
Still working out the best method to use it but so far it’s 100% improvement. And I’m saving myself some rather nasty RSI in the process!
Bloody genius. Worked first time. Best quids I’ve spent in a long while.
Thanks for freeing up countless hours of my life.
Thanks Phil keep up the good work, we love ya for it…………….. :-)
Hi, I just wanted to say thanks for providing a useful tool.
I was looking for an automated track export utility as I have upgraded to Cubase 4, but I still have friends on Cubase 3, so I wanted to still be able to share data at track level if I can’t do it at project level.
Cubase 4 is great, but is missing a few things (still) such as tempo track in project window and multiple track export! :shock:
So I finally had time over the holidays to install and configure MEAP, and found it to be fairly painless, and it does the job perfectly!
So once again, thanks :D
MEAP version 6.4 here. Just got it rolling. I’m watching periodically over to my DAW and rack of slave computers as 21 midi tracks are automatically exporting……….. THAT is heaven sent!! My projects are usually orchestral and out of my 220+ tracks that I have loaded at all times as a template, I record 75+90 or more. With mixing down some tracks to ‘stem’ submixes, I have to generally export to 24-36 stereo audio tracks and it can take a long time. NOT ANY MORE!!!!!!!!!
I will be experimenting with some of the more sophisticated file naming options that can include things such as exact location of a part in the project, but right now having all my parts record from the beginning and just to the end of the part (with an extra bar added automatically to catch reverb tails!!) I am doing just fine.
Thanks, Phil, Thank A LOT!!
This is a very valuable tool. Works really well for me here. I had to do a 3 projects over the last couple of days, while being sick with sinus crap……you know the show must go on.
I was down to the wire completing the projects, and had to get them out the door late last night.
I must say, using MEAP was such a pleasant experience, freed me up to catch up on the other computer, making DVD labels, and answering e-mail, reporting bugs browsing the beta forums……while MEAP did all the work for me. It’s great to free your mind of something that you usually have to really concentrate on to get it done correctly.
So far on complex projects, i don’t really try to do all of it in one shot, and may break it up in doing just the instruments inside a folder, and then move to the others….a group of tracks at a time….even doing it this way is still such a help.
Perhaps, I’ll get bold, and try to do a complete project in one shot. I just don’t want to disturb my folder arrangement, taking tracks out of them, in order to get it the whole project done in one shot. But I may get to that point.
Anyways, you’re a genius guy. Anyone that has to render audio files for their clients, has got to get this!!!! :D