Creating and Bouncing From Mix Tracks in Cubase
Video by A. Steynberg. Outline by Maya Wagner.
In this post, Althea shares how to route audio to a "mix" track and how to bounce from there using Cubase. This is useful for scoring video and exporting music without the movie's audio.
Follow along with this outline:
- With instruments loaded, head to the mixing console and select all tracks but the movie audio or movie dialogue track.
- Control + click and add a group track (Add Group Channel to Selected Channels).
- Name the track "mix" or "MX OUT" so that you know this is your music mix track.
- Now, all of your selected tracks should be routed with their output to the music out track you just created!
- Test by playing your sequence and dragging the slider on the mix track; this should adjust the volume of the entire collection of tracks you routed to the mix track.
- Navigate to export > audio session and select only the music out track you just created in the left-hand "Channel Selection" box.
- Set correct naming convention and click "export," and you are done!