MEAP is the best in all that I’ve waited so long. it saves so much time and unnecessary clicks. really an excellent work. many thanks for that.
Hi Phil! Just would like to say a big thank you to put your effort on writing Meap.
It is indeed a big timesaver program.
I was so anxious when i tested first time that i forgot to check the settings! :)
But just after check the settings, about preferences keyboard shortcuts etc, on my daw (that “enable record on selected track stuff” and etc), it works pretty well.
It works great, and i recommend to everyone. Just PLEASE Make SURE you, READ THE MANUAL CAREFULLY, and DOUBLE CHECK all your settings before get on despair. :)
If you do that, it really works!!!!
Film and Game music composer
As a studio owner and engineer, mixer, producer I can’t emphasize enough how
Time = Money. And MEAP saves time. Plus, during that export time I am not staring at a computer with my back to the band. I am instead talking to the band or catching up on callbacks or cleaning up or getting ready for the next session.
Having to tediously bounce each track is equivalent to staring into the oven while baking a pie. It’s silly that someone didn’t work this out for digital exports sooner.
Thanks, PHIL. Now my computer is doing it’s job again– instead of waiting for my command every 4 minutes.
After I’ve done my thing, we focus on recording the vocals and the live instruments: guitars, bass, drums, horns, strings, and so on. As we record these in a commercial studio, I’ll export WAV stems from Cubase, using Phil Pendlebury’s MEAP program. I’ll include a MIDI file with tempo information and markers, plus a click, so they can set up their Pro Tools session exactly like I have it. They then give me back consolidated WAV files which have the same starting points as my files.
Thanks for the download and for developing this piece of software which will allow me to focus more on the fun parts of writing music and less on exporting audio!
OK – Why this is not available natively within Cubase or Nuendo is unbelievable but even if it was – There would be no way to change locators on each exported track – So when the time comes – I’m sticking with MEAP anyway.
I mean, it is just crazy setting it going and knowing it is doing all the work, while I go and watch the football… And I HATE football.
Love it! Thank you. BD.
I just wanted to drop a note and tell you how great MEAP is and to thank you for all your work on it. Common headaches and time consuming work arounds I’ve used for years have magically disappeared and my work flow has changed significantly for the better. Getting my stuff from Nuendo to protools stages has always been a source of anxiety. but with MEAP, I know the PT mixers will have the separation they need and flexibility they expect. I’m actually going to be delivering to some big league guys soon and I have been worrying about having to condense too much stuff to stems.. it would have taken me days to manually get all my stuff out the way MEAP can do it while I’m out to lunch … it’s so easy
Great Stuff! Hi Phil, I finally got round to using your app just as the new version (6.10.525) is released. …Lucky me. 8)
It’s working flawlessly and I’m delighted with it.
Thanks for all your effort
Thanks for the help, this will save me HOURS upon HOURS when converting old projects to my new DAW (studio one v2)
The best way [to export a Cubase project to pro-tools] is to use MEAP to export all channels and all separate parts on those channels as audio, use the exported text file to put everything to the correct bars etc. Then you are set.
Check https://www.meap.biz/ for the MEAP application, I use it to get my Cubase tracks into Ableton Live for live manipulation and its great.