Hi all! I'm in need of some help. Here it goes: I'm doing a commercial album (children songs, well known here in Portugal), and I've done all preproduction at my home studio (PC WinXP pro, Nuendo, great, no probs). Voices were recorded at the editors studio (Mac, ProTools TDM, so-so pre (SPL Goldmike), great compressor (Summitt Audio), and again no probs) using a raw mix exported directly to stereo file, just for guiding vocal tracks. But now I want to move all preproduction to the PT rig for mixing with their great monitors/studio setup (I'm leaning towards the dynaudio bm5a, but have not yet bought them). And my question is: what is the best way to export/save my individual audio files out of nuendo? wav? aif? I'm crossing platforms (pc to mac). and is there a way to make exported files to know absolute timecode position, so when imported in PT they'll lay down like in the nuendo projects? Or is there a way to save a nuendo project in a way PT can open it to, at least, assign files to their respective timecode positions? Now I don't have vstis active, exported all to audio. Thanks!! If it turns out, and saves me a loooot of time, I would be more than happy to buy you guys a drink!