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Old 02-07-2008, 11:47 AM
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Default How easy is it to transfer cubase/protools files?

From what I can gather, it is not easy, per se, to work on both systems...but how exactly does it work. I hear about OMF files, but don't know what they are, beyond being some kind of standard file rcognized by most DAWS. What do omf files contain. Are they just basically a zip file with just the audio files? Do they tell the daw where the audio files are placed (time position wise), do they contain any mix info, or plugin info - what plugins are loaded on what track and the plugin settings? Are omf files the easist way to go between...say...cubase and protools?


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