There are very easy, familiar and fast ways to transfer audio between Revoice Pro and Nuendo or Cubase, mainly using "drag and drop" or copy and paste operations.

To move multiple processed tracks (or a portion of multiple tracks) from Revoice Pro back to Nuendo or Cubase at the same time, the Export Audio command [CMD E (Mac)/Ctrl E (Windows)] can be used.

The files transferred from Nuendo or Cubase are not duplicated (saving storage space and housekeeping) and clip names are maintained in both directions.

Also, a VST3 Revoice Pro Monitoring plug-in is included with Revoice Pro that, once installed, allows you to hear audio playback from Revoice Pro through the DAW's audio outputs. It also lets Revoice Pro optionally lock to the DAW's playback with sample-accurate sync. This lets you check processed audio "in place" with DAW audio and video before you transfer it from Revoice Pro back to the DAW.

In this section, we explain how to set up Revoice Pro's Session variables to match the Nuendo/Cubase project, and how to use the simple audio transfer methods and the monitoring plug-in.

NOTE: In the following instructions, the pictures shown are using Nuendo 6, but there are similar windows and controls in Nuendo 5 and up and Cubase 5 and up that will match these instructions.

Topics in this section: 

Setup Revoice Pro for audio transfers

Capturing audio

Processing multiple regions

Apply a process

Transfer the audio back to Cubase/Nuendo

Related topics:

Setting up Revoice Pro Monitor plug-in VST3

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