SETTING UP cubase 10
before STARTING EXPORT - CLOSE YOUR INSPECTOR (LEFT SIDE OF SCREEN)
This is required, as some of the buttons are duplicated here.
PLEASED ALSO REFER TO THE OTHER APPLICATION'S SETUP BELOW
The File name is not important as this will be decided soon by MEAP's main export dialog.
The path will also be set by MEAP. MEAP needs to be able to see this part of the dialog:
You must check the following before starting your export:
Channel Batch Export is NOT checked
Main Outs is selected as your output channel
Close Dialog after Export IS checked
Use Project Audio Folder is NOT ticked
The EXPORT button must be visible
Post Process must be set to None
In Cubase 10 you can now colour the entire text area of a track in the project screen. It is essential that this option is OFF to allow MEAP to work correctly.
Cubase Export Audio Window
Audio Application Preferences
Go to your audio application preferences and make sure you have made the following settings.
Enable Solo on Selected Track should be OFF
Track Selection Follows Event Selection must be OFF in the audio application Preferences (Editing section).
Editing - Project & Mixer Preferences (Cubase 6.5)
WHY USE MEAP WHEN Cubase / NUENDO ALREADY HAVE BATCH EXPORT?
Cubase's batch export is a great new addition to the Cubase family. And it is very convenient to have it built into the audio application. However, as it is at the moment you have the option to export your individual tracks but:
There are no options for locator settings. So all your files will be the same size from Left to Right locator, no matter what is on the track.
There is no option to export the individual parts from each track.
There are no advanced or custom file name settings.
There is no way to export marker sections.
There is no way to make a log file containing your export info.
There is no way to automatically save your project and shut down your DAW when the export is finished.
There is no way to export multitimbral VSTi tracks.
The above are just some of the reasons to continue using MEAP.