Samplitude to Nuendo

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by 2dark, Nov 17, 2004.

  1. 2dark

    2dark Guest

    hey guys,

    I hope that someone here can give me some usefull hints since
    I don't own Samplitude but I have work with it at a different
    studio currently for a project.
    I tracked drums, bass and guitars in a small studio, for budget
    reasons, where they work with Samplitude v8.
    Vocals and mixing will be done in another studio later on where I
    have a Nuendo 2.2.x system available.

    What's the shortest way to get the Samplitude projects into
    Nuendo (just audio, no midi)?
    With Nuendo I can save all tracks into seperate files, is there a
    way that Samplitude can do this too?
    The guy in the studio doesn't know $*^t and he doesn't give me
    access to the offical support forum.

    Any help/suggestions are welcome.

    (this my first post here by the way .... so, 'hi' to everyonel)
  2. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    Jun 19, 2002
    Hello and welcome to RO!

    Try using the test version of EDL Convert Pro. This can read OMF files (open media format) that Nuendo can export. It can be downloaded by registered users in the Samplitude Support Center.

    Good luck.
  3. ghellquist

    ghellquist Member

    May 25, 2004
    If all you want to do is to export a few wave files, quick and dirty might be the way to go.

    Solo the track you want to export.

    Press the mixdown button in the mixer window. Fill in the details you want and that track is "mixed down" as fast as possible to a new file. This will include any object editing, automation and and channel processing as well (so turn if off if you want none). Select "From Vip start to last object end" as the source. Repeat for the channels you want to export.

    There are lots of more elaborate ways to do this, but sometimes just quick and dirty is what it takes.

  4. 2dark

    2dark Guest

    thanks guys.

    I'm trying the EDL Converter. :cool:

    The "mixdown each track by itself" is no option or maybe the
    last option. I'm too lazy for this when having over 20 tracks ....
  5. FifthCircle

    FifthCircle Well-Known Member

    Feb 12, 2001
    Los Angeles, CA
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    Should be able to do it in a single shot in the Trackbounce menu... Multitrack bounce.

    Also, can't Nuendo read BWF files? If so, just drop the files in... They should have the time stamp information imbedded.


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