This is quite a major update for some as it features much requested support for Cubase SX2.
Cubase SX2, although quite old now, is still considered a fast and reliable workhorse in many studios. Of course there is absolutely no batch stem export facility in SX2 and that is where MEAP can now help.
Also , exporting marker tracks is breeze with SX2 due to it having the ability to take marker names from the marker description, a feature that is sorely missed in later Cubase / Nuendo versions.
MEAP – Multi Export Audio Pro – has been released to the public today. It has had a huge redesign and lots of extra features added, including a new streamlined dialog and many internal code tweaks and enhancements.
What is MEAP?
MEAP is a tool for automating the process of exporting (to audio) all individual MIDI instrument and Audio tracks from your musical project. If you wanted to deliver all your parts (stems) to another studio for example:
Without MEAP you would have to sit and manually export each of your tracks, one at a time. This can take hours, even days! MEAP will enable the process to be done unattended. It does not speed up the process of exporting tracks but simply eliminates the need for human interaction.
MEAP also adds some options that would be impossible to do without it. Track listing to a text file. Screen Shots. Automatic naming of output files. Various useful locator setting options. And more.
MEAP is a Windows application for Steinberg Cubase & Nuendo
Some of the features new to MEAP version 7 are:
Added compatibility for Cubase 6
Added compatibility for Nuendo 5
Added extra options to toggle EQ/Inserts/Sends
Added new Main Menu system
Internally Streamlined export process
Updated MEAP Shots application
Added Frame Rate Calculator
Recompiled all free tools
MEAP Version 7.0 is a free update for all existing MEAP customers.
For more information and to purchase MEAP see the About MEAP official MEAP Website: