MASTERING - Wavelab or Cubase?

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by rsp2rsp2, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. rsp2rsp2

    rsp2rsp2 Guest

    Use WAVLAB or just Cubase “mastering section” to master?

    Seems like they are about the same.

    I have Cubase & have access to Wavelab.

    For someone new to mastering, is there an important difference between?

    I have 3 songs (all to be on the same demo CD).


    I feel stupid asking this do I get started with mastering this way?

    MEANING: Do I mix/export my Cubase songs to a 2 track Wav file & then reintroduce that file into Wavelab?

    Or, is there more of an INTERNAL way to AUTOMATICALLY transfer all my tracks into a 2-track stereo container & then import into into Wavelab?
  2. Link555

    Link555 Well-Known Member

    Mar 31, 2007
    North Vancouver
    I prefer wavelab. I find it easier to create the final album, with track space and such. But yes cubase should work too.
  3. rsp2rsp2

    rsp2rsp2 Guest

    ok...lame question.

    Opening Wavelab to get familiar with the face.

    Where the HELL is the option menu that is for CD burning.

    I've looked everywhere! I use Wavelab 5.

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