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How do i master the bounced track before i export it to a p.c

I have a song done and bounced to a left and right channell but it still says the track is too short to master. im confused, and id rather know what om doin before i mess up a song.

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Re: how do i master the bounced track before i export it...

How long is the song make sure its over 3 minutes to bounce.

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I need to sync my snowball into cubase sx... its only recording on the left input not the right input of the audio wave. please help get back to work.

This is strictly a software setup problem. I use Sonar, but Cubase has to have the same features. Look for a PAN control and also where you MIGHT be able to select that both channels of the stereo are mapped to the single input. A work-around might be to bounce the input to a second track and then do a channel swap on one of the stereo channels, then combine them. I think Cubase uses the word "flip".
Search your documents for keywords: flip, bounce, swap, pan, and assign input. You can also copy and paste the recorded channel to a second stereo blank channel before flipping it and combining.

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How do i get levels from my g track mic im using cubase le 5 i only get one side level how do i fix this issue?

The mic is only on the Left channel, and instrument input is on the Right channel. So in Cubase you need to select only the Left channel in your first track, and then only the Right channel in your second track, and then you can record Vocals and Instrument at the same time on 2 different tracks.


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Deleting exported masters

Go to Songs menu, highlight a song, press enter twice.

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I have a Tascam DP-02(not 01) and need to seperate songs

You can use the track edit functions to mark the beginning and end of a song to cut or copy and then insert the song onto its own track(s). (If it's in stereo you'd have it recorded on two tracks).

Or you could consider just exporting the whole track(s) via USB (or using the SF card) onto a PC for editing with the program of your choice.

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Master Track too big to export.??

Im having exactly the same problem as you have/had..I cant Export the Master Track..It says "Too Big", have you been able to solve it?

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Master Track too big to export.??

i'm having the same problem... did you ever get it fixed?

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Tascam DP-01 master track too big to export

Here is what I did to solve this issue:

1. Open up the USB connection on your DP-01 so that you may plug into a computer:

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Low volume on finalized songs.

There's not really any magic fix to this as far as I'm aware. I usually don't burn CD's from my Tascam directly, but export the mix to the PC and do final touches and burn from there. I don't typically normalize though and the levels are what has come out of the Tascam. I do however use compression on many of the tracks (and sometimes on the whole mix) before exporting which will squash the peaks and lows together and thus give you an overall higher volume with your level meters peaking in the normal place you're used to.

There are other factors like EQ without which a mix can sound too loud and perhaps cause you to lower the levels when really things in the mix just need to be allowed to sit in different EQ bands.

Compression is the key though. Unfortunately even well recorded instruments and vocals naturally contain wide fluxuation in terms of lows and highs and these need to be smoothed out in order to obtain anywhere near the volume of a commercial CD. With compression alone the result may still fall short as the use of pro quality mastering effects can really make a world of difference to overall percieved volume as well.

Hope this helped


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DP-01FX/CD sound quality of CDs

Nothing really specific other than to make sure you are recording as close to 0 db as possible without going over. Your master fader also needs to be set at 0db or above as this effects the volume when mastering.

Commercial CDs use a lot of compression to attain volume levels which aren't attainable without it. You should however be able to reproduce onto CD the volume levels you are hearing on your Tascam without resorting to compression.

To troubleshoot, you might want to try exporting your master tracks as wav files onto your computer via usb and then listening to them there. If the volume is low there you aren't creating master tracks with good volume (see above: master fader level), if the tracks sound good as wavs on your PC, then burn them onto a cd from there. If that CD has proper volume then you may have some problem with your Tascam CD burner although I've never seen a situation where a burner actually caused low volume like this.

Best of luck.


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If anyone can help me out,please do!

Alternatively you could load your stereo instrumental track into a wav editor, then export each stereo track as a separate mono wav file which you can transfer via usb into you DP-01 and then on you DP-01 import those wav files into two separate tracks which you can pan hard left and hard right so they are in stereo.

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