Exporting an audio track from Cubase to wavelab

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  1. BarefootStudios

    BarefootStudios Active Member

    Feb 9, 2002
    Hope this is right forum for this hopefully easy question. - Using Cubase VST24, and wavelab. I have the edit preference on Cubase set up to go to Wavelab with a double click on the audio wave. The problem-- with a composite track (3 or 4 punches), only a section of the wave will export at a time. I have glued the track together. Is there a secret way to join the track to be one piece of audio, so that it will export to Wavelab as the entire track? Thanks in advance, Barefoot
  2. pr0gr4m

    pr0gr4m Well-Known Member

    Feb 9, 2005
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    Actually this should be in the DAW forum I think.

    Even though you've glued each piece together, they are all still made up of separate audio files.

    The only thing I think you can do is to bounce the composite track to it's own track so that all the pieces are one audio file. Then you should be able to edit the new track and see the whole thing in Wavelab.
  3. McCheese

    McCheese Well-Known Member

    Mar 24, 2005
    I bet if you posted it four more times in here I wouldn't want to stab your face as much.
  4. BarefootStudios

    BarefootStudios Active Member

    Feb 9, 2002

    Bounced the track- worked like a charm!
  5. Mr-Nice

    Mr-Nice Guest

    You should upgrade to SX the exporting function is much easier. I dreaded having to bounce all tracks (when I had my VST version) to a 2-track file and then fish the file out and import it to other programs for further processing.

    SX has a simple process File>Export>Audio Mixdown and then follow the desired options and your done.

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