#1
Hey people,

I got my Zoom G9.2tt a few weeks ago. After I got it, I made a good Petrucci patch and recorded a few thinks , but everytime I want to save it, I have to do it in an special file.
Now there is the question : How do I save recorded files as an MP3 file?

PS.:Sorry for the bad English, come from Germany .

[Sphinx]
#2
if you manage to put the file up on your computer, and have iTunes, add the song to iTunes, right click the new file, and click "convert to mp3". thats how i do it anyway, i know a guy that went to the bother of buying an mp3 recorder
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#3
In order to have an Mp3 out of Cubase LE, you need to do one of two things:

1. Go to File > Export > Audio Mixdown, and select ".mp3" as your file type. you can only do this I think 5 times though, because of the limitations on the LE version of Cubase.

2. Got to File > Export > Audio Mixdown, and export as a ".aiff" file, and use iTunes to convert it. This is probably your best bet.
#4
You can save a limited number of mp3s off of Cubase LE. I think you get 7 or 8, after that you have to go a different route. Anyway how to do it in Cubase. Set your left and right markers, go to "File>Audio Mixdown" I think, I'm not at my home computer at the moment. Then it will bring a box where you can set how you want to save and there is a pull down box that gives you the option for mp3.
#5
OK. But when i try to export it he says: Der linke und rechte Locator muss sinvoll gesetzt sein!
In English it would be : The right and left locator have to be set, or stuff like that. Witch locators do they mean, and how could I find and set them?
#6
Quote by Sphinx1992
OK. But when i try to export it he says: Der linke und rechte Locator muss sinvoll gesetzt sein!
In English it would be : The right and left locator have to be set, or stuff like that. Witch locators do they mean, and how could I find and set them?


These are set on the timeline at the top of the project (in the main window). Cubase does have a Help section you know...
#8
Even if this is a very old thread, I must say thanks for leaving it open for search and reading. Helped me enormously. Top marks folks and great and clear advice given.
#9
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Even if this is a very old thread, I must say thanks for leaving it open for search and reading. Helped me enormously. Top marks folks and great and clear advice given.


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