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newbie question about bouncing a midi track

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by mannyG, Jul 28, 2005.

  1. mannyG

    mannyG Guest

    Hello,

    I'm still a relative newbie at this, hopefully you guys can help me out.
    I have a midi drum track in Cubase SX that I've been trying to bounce but the results havent been good.
    I've been recording 'What U hear' to bounce it but I'm thinking there must be a better way...

    I noticed in the reason question thread MichaelK mentioned about latency bouncing a midi track, maybe you can give me some pointers?

    manny
     
  2. MichaelK

    MichaelK Member

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    I don't know anything about Cubase, sorry.
     
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    He read it. ;)
     
  5. mannyG

    mannyG Guest

    ...and now I'm readng it again!
    Thanks guys, I'll see if I can suss out how to set up cubase in an auxiliary track
     

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