stapltn Posted March 19, 2001 Share Posted March 19, 2001 I've got a friend who uses Cubase 4.1 on the Mac. I'm considering getting Cubase for the PC to make working with him easier. I wanted to know if I could translate a Cubase file (all audio, or MIDI+Audio) I've done on my PC to his Mac for additional mixing, editing and tracking with his Mac. I'd also, if possible, like to go the other way, and take a file tracked on his Mac back to my PC. Steinberg's literature and a quick search on the web makes it look as if this is possible, but has anyone actually done it? If so, what are the limitations? Can I translate only in one direction? Is it "possible" but extremely difficult? Can I do this if I buy Cubase 5.0 (since 5.0 is a more recent upgrade than 4.1 on the Mac) or should I try to find a copy of the 3.7 version? Do we both need 5.0? I've looked for a relevant forum in cubase.net, but the server is down. I know there are a lot of Cubase users around, and thought there might be someone with some "real world" experience with this. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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