Cubase SE: I can record my song but the mp3 leaves out drums

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by joeyblong, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. joeyblong

    joeyblong Guest

    Does anybody know why this could be occuring, or what I can do to prevent it.

    You input would be greatly appreciated.

    Did I make a mistake in switching from Cakewalk to Cubase?
  2. joeyblong

    joeyblong Guest

    CUBASE SE: I should clarify.

    I can record my song and hear the drums perfectly. But when I convert the .cpr file into an .mp3, I can no longer hear the drums.

    Thanks, people.
  3. pr0gr4m

    pr0gr4m Well-Known Member

    Feb 9, 2005
    South Florida
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    I don't have SE but I've got SX 2 so it may be similar...

    First, how are you converting the .cpr to an .mp3?

    If you are using the audio export feature, make sure that all your tracks are routed to your main stereo outputs and that you are exporting using those stereo outputs.
  4. Reggie

    Reggie Well-Known Member

    Dec 20, 2004
    And don't get too fond of exporting mp3's. I think you only get a few free ones with the SE version.
  5. joeyblong

    joeyblong Guest

    Thank you, Reggie. But ...

    ... how to I route the tracks to the main stereo outputs and export them using those stereo outputs?

    When I click on the mono icon, and it changes to the yellow stereo icon (in the track list), I get a message in red to the left in the event display panel telling me there is a "mono/stereo conflict", or something to that effect. So, how do I change it to stereo?

    Please advise.

    And you guys provide a wonderful and much-needed service to all the aspiring music stars out here. A million thanks.

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