This has already saved about 2 hours after I purchased this today. I spent the time with better things than creating stems of about 200 midi tracks. Meap did this all by itself, better than a studio assistant.. fantastic! Thanks Phil!!
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
Thanks for the help, this will save me HOURS upon HOURS when converting old projects to my new DAW (studio one v2)
All I can say is, Phil, you da man. Thanks for the continued support and updates on a great product!
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.
Hi Phil and other users,
Just wanted to throw some appreciation to Phil for the great features and hard work! These last couple of updates have really added some amazing new features! One step closer to auto-mixing, eh? :lol:
That’s it; no bugs to report!
One of the most unpleasant and time consuming chores with either Nuendo or Cubase has always been the export operation. A task that in addition to fetching the Tea etc., has usually been dumped on the trainee, for obvious reasons.
The speed and efficiency of MEAP is quite impressive and has enabled us to remove a significant amount of overhead from our workflow. MEAP’s handling of stubs is a great step forward and will undoubtedly save us a substantial amount of storage.
It may not be a part of your strategy but, if MEAP could be applied to some of the other production systems we’d appreciate it even more. In any event a great product and one that has even solicited a smile from our trainee.
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
Wow! Just wow!
That’s all I can say…. how Steiny was clueless enough to omit the kind of functionality MEAP provides I’ll never understand, but thank god for this little gem!!!
Having recently needed to export literally thousands of VO clips out of Cubase – MEAP saved my sanity (and my client’s budget!) big-time….
Phil… DUDE! YOU ROCK!!!