cubase, trouble with mixdown and panning

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by gibbler, Oct 7, 2007.

  1. gibbler

    gibbler Guest

    Hi... I'm using Cubase LE, and I have about 8 tracks set up, and everything's in order the way I want it, regarding volumes and panning. However, I've tried to export to mixdown a few times, and I'm realizing that each time I do this, the panning isn't incorporated, and everything seems centered. What am I missing here? It's probably some simple solution, but I'm new to the program, so I figured I'd ask! Thanks!
  2. MediaMurder

    MediaMurder Guest

    Well I dont use cubase but Im sure the problem is that you need to set it to export in stereo instead of mono.
  3. JesterMasque

    JesterMasque Active Member

    Jul 18, 2006
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    When you have the Export->Audio Mixdown window open, look at the "Channels" portion of the window. It should be either a pulldown menu or button select for MONO, STEREO, or STEREO INTERLEAVED <-with pulldown only.

    If you have the pulldown, use the interleaved. Otherwise, well, obvious.

    Also, be sure that when you export it is at 16-bit Resolution, given that you recorded at 16-bit. If you have recorded at higher than 16-bit, you need a dither plug-in. My advice, stick to 16-bit recording for right now. Also, be sure that the Sample Rate is selected at 44.1 before you click export.
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