PLEASE READ what I am still missing in Cubase 6

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Thanks. I will explore a little bit what is the shortest and most practical way... for sessions with 30+ tracks.

But still I think the Steinberg team should improve this ASAP. It would make a hell of a difference in the work flow...
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JMCecil wrote:
Purusha wrote:Is there any way to give them suggestions?
Only if you are friends with Timbaland. If so, you can ask him to have them make you a useless VSTi that does something like display random color splotches on the screen to a 4/4 beat.
i like your humour. there´s in fact a little bit truth in it. :geek: By the way i like purushas suggestion too.
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Purusha wrote:Hello guys,

Let me explain what I still miss in my process of creating music. Lets say you are working on a whole album with 10+ songs... so naturally you will use separate sessions for each song...

Regards, Purusha
Hmm... why naturally? You need new ways of thinking, do not settle for "old school" thinking. ;)

I have the perfect solution for you. Just do the whole album in one project. So much easier. :geek:

Of course if your songs have lots of tracks, then you´re going to need lots of horse power from your computer.

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I have the perfect solution for you. Just do the whole album in one project. So much easier.

Of course if your songs have lots of tracks, then you´re going to need lots of horse power from your computer.
Hmm, maybe I should try this before I start mixing the new album...
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OK, now you have 10 or more sessions and it's time to mix them all in a row. At this stage you probably need most track settings (drums, bass, maybe even guitars or even vocals) adjusted exactly the same (EQ, pan and volume settings). At least for starting point.
I can't imagine that situation above coming up in anything but mixing a live show. Same EQ, pan and volume settings?

But sure, if it's a live show mix the whole thing in one song and break it up later when it's a two track mix.

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SB needs to look at 'Import Session Data' function in PT9 (and previous versions of PTHD).

Then they need to start there, and see how they can make it better (not sure how they would as it is VERY comprehensive)

That is all.

The current import/export options are very inefficient, sketchy at best (I have issues using Save/Load Selected Channels) and require you to actually open the source session to export a file containing data that already exists in your session.
The PT way allows you to choose a session to import DATA from and opens an interface that lets you see all the tracks in list form and select which parameters/media you would like to import, and if you wish to import to new tracks or choose target destination tracks to impose the data onto. You can do a SRC on any incoming media, offset against TC etc etc

Seriously lacking function in Cubendo

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Sam wrote:SB needs to look at 'Import Session Data' function in PT9 (and previous versions of PTHD).

Then they need to start there, and see how they can make it better (not sure how they would as it is VERY comprehensive)

That is all.

The current import/export options are very inefficient, sketchy at best (I have issues using Save/Load Selected Channels) and require you to actually open the source session to export a file containing data that already exists in your session.

Seriously lacking function in Cubendo
Agree strongly.

It's a serious PITA copying over multiple settings, needs urgent updating.
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Sam wrote:SB needs to look at 'Import Session Data' function in PT9 (and previous versions of PTHD).

Then they need to start there, and see how they can make it better (not sure how they would as it is VERY comprehensive)

That is all.

The current import/export options are very inefficient, sketchy at best (I have issues using Save/Load Selected Channels) and require you to actually open the source session to export a file containing data that already exists in your session.
The PT way allows you to choose a session to import DATA from and opens an interface that lets you see all the tracks in list form and select which parameters/media you would like to import, and if you wish to import to new tracks or choose target destination tracks to impose the data onto. You can do a SRC on any incoming media, offset against TC etc etc

Seriously lacking function in Cubendo
I totally agree here. SB team should roll up the sleeves!
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Maybe we should all start writting letters to SB team to wake up and upgrade this ASAP :mrgreen:
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Haha, yeah that'll work! I have been posting things like my post above for 4 years at the old nuendo forums - but still no words from SB for my confidence!

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Sam wrote:SB needs to look at 'Import Session Data' function in PT9 (and previous versions of PTHD).

Then they need to start there, and see how they can make it better (not sure how they would as it is VERY comprehensive)

That is all.

The current import/export options are very inefficient, sketchy at best (I have issues using Save/Load Selected Channels) and require you to actually open the source session to export a file containing data that already exists in your session.
The PT way allows you to choose a session to import DATA from and opens an interface that lets you see all the tracks in list form and select which parameters/media you would like to import, and if you wish to import to new tracks or choose target destination tracks to impose the data onto. You can do a SRC on any incoming media, offset against TC etc etc

Seriously lacking function in Cubendo
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