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This opens a pop-up menu from which you can select one of the resizing mode options. Sizing moves contents. This works just the same as when resizing with the Arrow tool, but the audio under the pointer is played back scrubbed while you drag. Release the mouse button. This will move the start or end position of the selected Event s by the amount set on the Grid pop-up menu.

Controller data will be moved. A dialog box shows the progress of the time stretch operation. Sliding the contents of an event or part You can move the contents of an event or part without changing its position in the Project window.

When sliding the contents of an audio event, you structions on how to show and hide items in the toolbar. If the event plays the whole clip, you cannot slide the audio at all. Proceed as follows: Grouping Events 1. Point close to the end point of the part you want to Edit menu. Click and drag left or right. When you move the mouse, a tooltip shows the current mouse position and length of the part.

Note that the snap value applies, as with any part operation. Grouped events are indicated by a group icon in the right corner. The events will be locked according to the options specified in the Pref- erences. Locking can affect one or any padlock symbol in the Track list or in the Inspector. To mute individual events in the Project window, proceed Size If this is locked, the event cannot be resized. Mute tool. All selected events will be muted.

A clip for the new file is added to the Pool, and the original event is replaced by a new event playing the new clip. The original event is not replaced. Note that part will be combined into a single audio file.

Creating new files from events The audio track is divided vertically into two lanes. By default, all audio events end up in the first top lane. An audio event plays a section of an audio clip, which in turn refers to one or more audio files on the hard disk.

However, in some situations you may want to create a new file that consists only of the section played by the event. Select one or several audio events. Set up fade in, fade out and event volume on the info line or using the volume handle as desired. These settings will be applied to the new file. You are asked whether you want to replace the selected event or not. In this mode, there will always be an extra, empty lane at the bottom of the track — if you move a part there, another lane will be added and so on.

You can edit the overlapping parts as usual — by cut- ting, deleting or muting sections in the Project window or by opening them in a MIDI editor. In an editor, parts on different lanes will be treated just like parts on dif- If the vertical zoom factor is sufficiently high, the sections that will be ferent tracks — you can use the part list pop-up menu to select an active heard on playback are indicated in green.

To merge all overlapping parts into one, make sure the Depending on the number of lanes used, you may want to adjust the ver- MIDI track is selected, position the left and right locator tical zoom for the track — simply drag the track edges in the track list.

After rearranging the overlapping events so that you the MIDI menu. This merges all unmuted MIDI between the locators to a single part. Audio menu. However, the sections that were green will now be to handling whole events and parts. MIDI tracks Creating a selection range 1. The edges will be moved by the amount specified on the Grid pop-up. Option Description All Makes a selection that covers all tracks, from the start of the project to the end as defined by the Length setting in the Project Setup dialog.

None Removes the current selection range. In Loop Makes a selection between the left and right locator, on all tracks. Clicking this Trim button… From Start Makes a selection on all tracks, from the start of the to Cursor project to the project cursor. From Cursor Makes a selection on all tracks, from the project cursor to to End the end of the project. Left Selection Moves the left side of the current selection range to the Side to Cursor project cursor position.

Side to Cursor project cursor position. These will move the whole selection range to the left or the right. If you hold down [Shift] you can double-click several events in a row, and the selection range will expand to encompass them all. Double-clicking a! Note that the contents of the selection are not second time on an event opens it for editing in the Sample Editor.

The closest selection range edge will be moved to the position at which you clicked. These work differently to their related functions on the Edit menu: 1. Create a selection range from the first to the last de- sired track. Function Description Cut Cuts out the data in the selection range and moves it to 2. The selection range is replaced by empty the tracks you want to exclude from the selection. Copy Copies the data in the selection range to the clipboard.

Paste Pastes the clipboard data at the start position and track of the current selection. Existing events are not moved to make room for the pasted data. Paste at Origin Pastes the clipboard data back at its original position. Ex- isting events are not moved to make room for the pasted data. Cut Time Cuts out the selection range and moves it to the clip- board.

Events to the right of the removed range are moved to the left to fill out the gap. Paste Time Pastes the clipboard data at the start position and track of the current selection. Existing events are moved to make room for the pasted data. Paste Time at Pastes the clipboard data back at its original position. Ex- Origin isting events are moved to make room for the pasted data.

In the same manner, you can add a track to the selec- placed by empty track space. This will move the contents of the selection range to the new position.

If the range intersected events or parts, these will be split before moving, so that only the sections within the selection range are affected. You can also use the Duplicate, Repeat and Fill Loop functions, just as when duplicating events. It does this by restricting tion range, at the positions of the selection range edges. Crop All events or parts that are partially within the selection Operations affected by Snap include moving, copying, range are cropped, that is, sections outside the selection drawing, sizing, splitting, range selection, etc.

Events that are fully inside or outside the selection range are not affected. The length of the silence equals the length of the selection range.

Events that are intersected by the selection range start are split, and the right section is moved to the right. Snap activated. Function Description You can however also set the snap point directly in the Project window, Event or Range This function is available when one or several audio in the following way: as Region events or selection ranges are selected. It creates a re- gion in the corresponding clip, with the start and end po- 1.

Select an event. Place the project cursor at the desired position within the selected audio event. Events from This function is available if you have selected an audio Regions event whose clip contains regions within the boundaries 3.

The snap point is set at the cursor position. The snap point for an event is displayed as a blue line in the Project window. This means that if you drag an event to a position near the start or end of another event, it is automatically aligned with the start or end of the other event. This allows you to snap events to marker positions, and vice versa. Grid Shuffle mode is useful when you want to change the order of adjacent events. If you have two adjacent events and In this mode, the Snap positions are set with the Grid drag the first one to the right, past the second event, the pop-up menu to the right.

The options depend on the dis- two events will change places. For example, if the ruler is set to show bars and beats, the grid can be set to bars, beats or the quantize value set with the next pop-up menu to the right. If a time or frame-based ruler format is se- lected, the grid pop-up menu will contain time or frame- based grid options, etc. When Seconds is selected as ruler format, the grid pop-up menu con- The same principle works when changing the order of tains time-based grid options.

Rather, the grid determines the step size for moving the events. This means that a moved Dragging event 2 past event 4… event will keep its original position relative to the grid. For example, if an event starts at the position 3. The event will keep its relative position to the grid, Magnetic Cursor i.

Dragging an event near the cursor causes the — when you create new events or parts this mode works event to be aligned with the cursor position. Snap to Zero Crossing When this option is activated in the Preferences Editing— Audio page , splitting and sizing of audio events is done at zero crossings positions in the audio where the amplitude is zero. This helps you avoid pops and clicks which might otherwise be caused by sudden amplitude changes. When this option is activated, the waveform display will scroll during playback, keeping the project cursor visible in the window.

This chapter describes the various methods available for Current Arranger Activate Arranger controlling Playback and Transport functions in Cubase. The Transport panel is divided into sections, from left to right. In Cubase Studio, the Main Mix bus is always used for monitoring. The keypads are slightly different The range of the slider relates to the Length setting in the Project Setup on PC and Macintosh computers: dialog. Hence, moving the slider all the way to the right will take you to the end of the project.

For this to be available, you must End have selected one or more events or parts, or made a selection range. This is helpful for secondary time displays by clicking the double arrow sym- finding exact positions quickly. However, if the right locator is positioned before the left, this will work as Primary time display left and secondary time display right. In addition, there is a secondary time at the desired position in the ruler.

Note that if the right locator is before the left locator, the color of the ruler between the locators will change from on the Transport panel, the time format of the ruler will be blue to red.

Therefore, to have different display formats in the ruler and the main time locator range. If you click on an existing locator range, you can drag to move it. Note that these are default key commands — you can change these if you like. This is available if you have selected one or several events or made a se- The nudge position buttons Cubase only lection range.

This shuts down all disk activity Project scrubbing — the Jog Wheel for the track, as opposed to using Mute, which merely Cubase only turns down the output volume for a track. The faster you turn the wheel, the faster the playback speed. You now play back the song. It begins with the piano The items have the following functionality: sound and then switches to the string sound. In the middle Option Description of the chorus you stop and rewind to some point between the beginning and the second program change.

Preroll to Selection Starts playback from a position before the start or The Chase function takes care of that. The play- events are set to be chased, Cubase will track the music back start position is set in the Preroll field on the back to the beginning, find the first program change and Transport panel. The same thing can apply to other event types as well. Play until Next This activates playback from the project cursor and Marker stops at the next marker.

Play Selection This activates playback from the start of the current Range selection and stops at the selection end. Loop Selection This activates playback from the start of the current selection and keeps starting over again when reaching the selection end.

Please note that and start playback. This is accomplished by the program this option should be deactivated for very large projects, as it consider- ably slows down operations such as positioning and soloing. When you transmitting a number of MIDI messages to your instru- deactivate this option, the MIDI controllers are only chased within the ments each time you move to a new position in the parts under the position cursor.

This event makes a synth switch to a piano sound. As it is possible to record both audio and MIDI tracks, both recording methods are covered in this chapter. Record Enable in the Inspector, Track list and mixer. When this is activated, a warning message will be This section describes the general methods used for re- displayed as soon as the CPU clip indicator on the Transport panel cording.

However, there are additional preparations and lights up during recording. Automatically activating recording Punch In and Out activated. Cubase can automatically switch from playback to record- ing at a given position. A typical use for this would be if you need to replace a section of a recording, and want to listen to what is al- Cubase can record and play back in a cycle — a loop.

You ready recorded, up to the recording start position. When the cycle is active, the selected 1. Set the left locator to the position where you want re- section is seamlessly repeated until you hit Stop or deac- cording to start. Activate the Punch In button on the Transport panel. If you now start playback, the section between the left and right locator is repeated indefinitely until you stop. Activate playback from some position before the left locator. When the project cursor reaches the left locator, recording is automati- Cycle activated cally activated.

This is possible because Cubase can cap- The format for recorded files is set in the Project Setup dia- ture audio input in buffer memory, even when not recording.

There are three settings: sample Proceed as follows: rate, record format bit depth and record file type. While the sample rate is set once and for all when you start work- 1.

Open the Preferences Record-Audio page. This activates the buffering of audio input, making Pre-Record possible. Record file type. Make sure an audio track is record-enabled and re- The Record File Type setting determines which type of ceives audio from the signal source.

Wave 64 File Wave64 is a proprietary format developed by Sonic 5. After a few seconds stop the recording. Cubase only Foundry Inc. Audio-wise it is identical to the Wave format, An audio event is created, starting at where the cursor position was but the internal file structure makes much larger file sizes possible. This means that if you were in stop mode, round format, where the audio files can become huge.

If you were playing along to a Wave File but with embedded text strings for supplying additional project you should leave the event where it is. Like Broadcast then click and drag to the left. Wave files, AIFF files can contain embedded text strings Now the event is extended and the audio you played before activating see below.

Record format bit depth The available options are 16 bit, 24 bit and 32 bit float. The recording was activated at the start of bar 9. This is indicated by a blue line in the audio event. Here we assume that you have added and set up the re- If this is an issue, you may want to lower the record format setting. You can do this in the Inspec- page The signal path for an audio track maintains its channel configuration all the way from the input bus, via EQ, level and other mixer settings to the output bus.

You specify the channel configuration for a track when you create it: 1. A dialog appears with a channel configuration pop-up menu. Select the desired format from the pop-up menu. In Cubase Studio, you choose between mono and stereo. Click here to select an input bus for the track. A track appears, set to the specified channel configuration. In the mixer, a corresponding channel strip appears.

You cannot change the channel configuration for a track. By default, this is the Mixer context menu. However, you can information about the mixer. Right-click in the Track list for one of the tracks to bring up the track context menu. Use the file dialog that appears to navigate to the de- sired folder or create a new folder with the Create button.

Recording from busses Tip: if you want to have separate folders for different types of material You can also select an output bus, a group bus or an FX speech, ambient sounds, music, etc.

However, if you 1. Set up your separate tracks as desired and add a need to move or archive the project, there is a risk of miss- group track. Record enable this audio track and start recording. Now, the output of the group track will be recorded on the new track and you will get a mix of your separate tracks.

In this case, only the output of the FX channel will be recorded. This is because in Cubase, you can make settings for the input bus, add- ing EQ, effects, etc. This may raise the level of the signal, causing clipping in the recorded audio file.

This is only necessary if you whether you are using Cubase or Cubase Studio: have made any adjustments to the input channel level settings, EQ, insert effects, etc. To avoid this, set the signal level in the 1. Right-click in the Mixer window. The Mixer context menu appears.

Select the Global Meter Settings submenu and make 1. Play back the audio and check the level meter for the 2. With some effects you may want to adjust the level of the signal going The signal should be as loud as possible without exceeding 0 dB the into the effect — use the Input Gain knob for this. Note that you need to Clipping indicator for the input bus should not light up.

The Clipping indicator. Play back the audio and check the level meter of the 4. If necessary, adjust the input level in one of the follow- input channel. See the documentation for the audio hardware. When this is selected, you can open the Control Panel by clicking on the Control Panel button in the settings section to the right.

Instead, you need to check the level at the channel signal during recording. There are three fundamentally dif- strip for the track on which you are recording: ferent ways to do this: via Cubase, externally by listening to the signal before it reaches Cubase , or by using ASIO 1.

Activate monitoring for the channel by clicking the speaker button next to the fader. Monitoring via Cubase When monitoring is activated, the meter shows the level of the incoming If you monitor via Cubase, the input signal is mixed in with audio signal. The advantage of this is that you can 3.

Play the audio source that you want to record and adjust the monitoring level and panning in the mixer, and check the level meter for the channel. Adjust the output level of your audio source so that the bus! Check the numerical peak level indicator below the meter in the bus The disadvantage of monitoring via Cubase is that the mon- channel strip. To reset the peak level indicator, click on it.

You can check input level! It may also be possible to ad- lays, the automatic delay compensation function in Cubase just the input level in the control panel. See the documentation of your audio hardware for details. This option allows you to turn input monitoring on or off by clicking the Monitor button in the Inspector, the Track list or in the mixer.

With this option, you will hear the audio source connected to the channel input whenever the track is record enabled.

This option switches to input monitoring only during recording. ASIO Direct Monitoring This option emulates standard tapemachine behavior: input monitoring in Stop mode and during recording, but not during playback.

If your audio hardware is ASIO 2. This gives you the opportunity to watch the input levels of your audio tracks when working in the Project window. Consult the audio hardware manufac- Note that the tracks are mirroring the input bus signal, i. When using mapped metering, any functions e. Consult the documentation of the audio hardware if in doubt. The latency value of the audio hardware configuration does not affect the mon- itor signal in this mode.

This means that if two When you finish recording, an audio file is created in the or more events are overlapping, only one of them will be Audio folder within the project folder. In the Pool, an audio heard at any given time. Fi- record in an area where there are already events on the nally, a waveform image is calculated for the audio event. If track depends on the Linear Record Mode setting on the the recording was very long, this may take a while.

This real-time calculation uses some processing power — if your proces- sor is slow or you are working on a CPU-intensive project, you should consider turning this option off. Which event will be heard? If two or more events are overlapping, you will only hear the events or portions of events that are actually visible. Over- lapped hidden events or sections are not played back.

In reality, all laps you recorded are saved in one audio file divided into re- gions — one region for each take. This is useful when you want to view and edit the different takes and eventually combine them to one recording. Stacked 2 No Mute is the same as Stacked, except that all the takes will be audible. Select the desired take. These options are described below. Use the Scissors tool to split the events in several sec- tions, one for each part of the take.

In the Project window, right-click the event that was created during cycle recording. The Quick menu appears. The events after splitting. Note that since the original take events overlap A submenu appears with the takes you recorded during cycle record. Now you can select any of the takes from the submenu 2. This way, you can quickly combine the best sections of each take, using the first vocal line from one take, the second line from another take and so on.

Select recording process. If you what was recorded during the last lap of the cycle record- work with the takes as events in this mode, you can edit ing.

Cycle Record Mode is selected on the Transport panel, This puts all events back on a single lane and resizes events so that over- the following happens: lapped sections are removed. Zoom in so you can work comfortably with the stacked events.

The Lane Display Type button. If you play back the recorded section, only the lowest last take will be heard. To audition another take, either mute the lower take s fects non-destructively during playback as described in with the Mute tool or move the takes between the lanes. Edit the takes so that only the parts you want to keep or making EQ settings for the input channel in the mixer.

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Loop Selection This activates playback from the start of the current selection and keeps starting over again when reaching the selection end. Please note that and start playback. This is accomplished by the program this option should be deactivated for very large projects, as it consider- ably slows down operations such as positioning and soloing. When you transmitting a number of MIDI messages to your instru- deactivate this option, the MIDI controllers are only chased within the ments each time you move to a new position in the parts under the position cursor.

This event makes a synth switch to a piano sound. As it is possible to record both audio and MIDI tracks, both recording methods are covered in this chapter. Record Enable in the Inspector, Track list and mixer. When this is activated, a warning message will be This section describes the general methods used for re- displayed as soon as the CPU clip indicator on the Transport panel cording.

However, there are additional preparations and lights up during recording. Automatically activating recording Punch In and Out activated. Cubase can automatically switch from playback to record- ing at a given position. A typical use for this would be if you need to replace a section of a recording, and want to listen to what is al- Cubase can record and play back in a cycle — a loop.

You ready recorded, up to the recording start position. When the cycle is active, the selected 1. Set the left locator to the position where you want re- section is seamlessly repeated until you hit Stop or deac- cording to start.

Activate the Punch In button on the Transport panel. If you now start playback, the section between the left and right locator is repeated indefinitely until you stop. Activate playback from some position before the left locator. When the project cursor reaches the left locator, recording is automati- Cycle activated cally activated.

This is possible because Cubase can cap- The format for recorded files is set in the Project Setup dia- ture audio input in buffer memory, even when not recording. There are three settings: sample Proceed as follows: rate, record format bit depth and record file type.

While the sample rate is set once and for all when you start work- 1. Open the Preferences Record-Audio page. This activates the buffering of audio input, making Pre-Record possible. Record file type. Make sure an audio track is record-enabled and re- The Record File Type setting determines which type of ceives audio from the signal source.

Wave 64 File Wave64 is a proprietary format developed by Sonic 5. After a few seconds stop the recording. Cubase only Foundry Inc. Audio-wise it is identical to the Wave format, An audio event is created, starting at where the cursor position was but the internal file structure makes much larger file sizes possible.

This means that if you were in stop mode, round format, where the audio files can become huge. If you were playing along to a Wave File but with embedded text strings for supplying additional project you should leave the event where it is. Like Broadcast then click and drag to the left.

Wave files, AIFF files can contain embedded text strings Now the event is extended and the audio you played before activating see below. Record format bit depth The available options are 16 bit, 24 bit and 32 bit float. The recording was activated at the start of bar 9.

This is indicated by a blue line in the audio event. Here we assume that you have added and set up the re- If this is an issue, you may want to lower the record format setting.

You can do this in the Inspec- page The signal path for an audio track maintains its channel configuration all the way from the input bus, via EQ, level and other mixer settings to the output bus.

You specify the channel configuration for a track when you create it: 1. A dialog appears with a channel configuration pop-up menu. Select the desired format from the pop-up menu. In Cubase Studio, you choose between mono and stereo. Click here to select an input bus for the track.

A track appears, set to the specified channel configuration. In the mixer, a corresponding channel strip appears. You cannot change the channel configuration for a track. By default, this is the Mixer context menu. However, you can information about the mixer. Right-click in the Track list for one of the tracks to bring up the track context menu.

Use the file dialog that appears to navigate to the de- sired folder or create a new folder with the Create button. Recording from busses Tip: if you want to have separate folders for different types of material You can also select an output bus, a group bus or an FX speech, ambient sounds, music, etc.

However, if you 1. Set up your separate tracks as desired and add a need to move or archive the project, there is a risk of miss- group track. Record enable this audio track and start recording. Now, the output of the group track will be recorded on the new track and you will get a mix of your separate tracks.

In this case, only the output of the FX channel will be recorded. This is because in Cubase, you can make settings for the input bus, add- ing EQ, effects, etc. This may raise the level of the signal, causing clipping in the recorded audio file. This is only necessary if you whether you are using Cubase or Cubase Studio: have made any adjustments to the input channel level settings, EQ, insert effects, etc.

To avoid this, set the signal level in the 1. Right-click in the Mixer window. The Mixer context menu appears. Select the Global Meter Settings submenu and make 1. Play back the audio and check the level meter for the 2. With some effects you may want to adjust the level of the signal going The signal should be as loud as possible without exceeding 0 dB the into the effect — use the Input Gain knob for this. Note that you need to Clipping indicator for the input bus should not light up. The Clipping indicator.

Play back the audio and check the level meter of the 4. If necessary, adjust the input level in one of the follow- input channel. See the documentation for the audio hardware. When this is selected, you can open the Control Panel by clicking on the Control Panel button in the settings section to the right. Instead, you need to check the level at the channel signal during recording. There are three fundamentally dif- strip for the track on which you are recording: ferent ways to do this: via Cubase, externally by listening to the signal before it reaches Cubase , or by using ASIO 1.

Activate monitoring for the channel by clicking the speaker button next to the fader. Monitoring via Cubase When monitoring is activated, the meter shows the level of the incoming If you monitor via Cubase, the input signal is mixed in with audio signal. The advantage of this is that you can 3. Play the audio source that you want to record and adjust the monitoring level and panning in the mixer, and check the level meter for the channel.

Adjust the output level of your audio source so that the bus! Check the numerical peak level indicator below the meter in the bus The disadvantage of monitoring via Cubase is that the mon- channel strip. To reset the peak level indicator, click on it. You can check input level! It may also be possible to ad- lays, the automatic delay compensation function in Cubase just the input level in the control panel.

See the documentation of your audio hardware for details. This option allows you to turn input monitoring on or off by clicking the Monitor button in the Inspector, the Track list or in the mixer.

With this option, you will hear the audio source connected to the channel input whenever the track is record enabled. This option switches to input monitoring only during recording. ASIO Direct Monitoring This option emulates standard tapemachine behavior: input monitoring in Stop mode and during recording, but not during playback. If your audio hardware is ASIO 2. This gives you the opportunity to watch the input levels of your audio tracks when working in the Project window.

Consult the audio hardware manufac- Note that the tracks are mirroring the input bus signal, i. When using mapped metering, any functions e. Consult the documentation of the audio hardware if in doubt. The latency value of the audio hardware configuration does not affect the mon- itor signal in this mode. This means that if two When you finish recording, an audio file is created in the or more events are overlapping, only one of them will be Audio folder within the project folder.

In the Pool, an audio heard at any given time. Fi- record in an area where there are already events on the nally, a waveform image is calculated for the audio event. If track depends on the Linear Record Mode setting on the the recording was very long, this may take a while. This real-time calculation uses some processing power — if your proces- sor is slow or you are working on a CPU-intensive project, you should consider turning this option off.

Which event will be heard? If two or more events are overlapping, you will only hear the events or portions of events that are actually visible. Over- lapped hidden events or sections are not played back.

In reality, all laps you recorded are saved in one audio file divided into re- gions — one region for each take. This is useful when you want to view and edit the different takes and eventually combine them to one recording. Stacked 2 No Mute is the same as Stacked, except that all the takes will be audible. Select the desired take. These options are described below. Use the Scissors tool to split the events in several sec- tions, one for each part of the take. In the Project window, right-click the event that was created during cycle recording.

The Quick menu appears. The events after splitting. Note that since the original take events overlap A submenu appears with the takes you recorded during cycle record. Now you can select any of the takes from the submenu 2. This way, you can quickly combine the best sections of each take, using the first vocal line from one take, the second line from another take and so on.

Select recording process. If you what was recorded during the last lap of the cycle record- work with the takes as events in this mode, you can edit ing.

Cycle Record Mode is selected on the Transport panel, This puts all events back on a single lane and resizes events so that over- the following happens: lapped sections are removed. Zoom in so you can work comfortably with the stacked events. The Lane Display Type button.

If you play back the recorded section, only the lowest last take will be heard. To audition another take, either mute the lower take s fects non-destructively during playback as described in with the Mute tool or move the takes between the lanes. Edit the takes so that only the parts you want to keep or making EQ settings for the input channel in the mixer. Note: You can cut events with the Scissors tool, resize them, mute them or de- lete them.

About the record format When you record with effects, you should consider setting the record format bit depth to 32 Bit Float. This is done in the Project Setup dialog on the Project menu. The sections that will be heard are indicated in green. This can of course be avoided with 24 or 16 Bit recording as well, but re- if necessary. The reason is that the effect processing in the input channel as well as any level or EQ settings you make there is done in 32 Bit Float format.

Even if the signal from the au- dio hardware is in 16 Bit resolution, the signal will be 32 Bit Float after the effects are added in the input channel. Note that this is only an example. The prin- ciple is the same for all effects or combinations of effects. Now the extended panel for the input channel shows the insert slots.

Set up an audio track for recording and select the de- sired input bus. Click on an insert slot and select an effect from the For best results, you should also activate monitoring as this allows you to pop-up menu that appears.

Open the Mixer and make sure the full extended view The effect is loaded and activated and its control panel is is shown. Adjust the effect parameters to your liking. When the effect is set up as desired, you can check 3.

Locate the input channel bus from which you record. Use the input channel fader to adjust the level if needed. Activate recording. As you can hear, the effect you applied is now a part of the actual audio file.

Instrument s. The available MIDI inputs and outputs are listed. Under Windows, which put and channel selected for the recording track. Record enable the track s on which you want to After closing the dialog, the new name will appear on the MIDI Input and record. Output Routing pop-up menus. If the Inspector is hidden, click the Show Inspector button on the toolbar. Record Enable button Monitor button.

Select the track s by clicking in the Track list. The instrument in real time without recording your playing. Setting MIDI channel, input and output 3. Click the track name in the Inspector to make sure the Setting the MIDI channel in the instrument topmost section is shown. This is the key to playing back several sounds bass, piano etc. See the man- ual that came with your instrument for more information. Pull down the Input Routing pop-up menu and select 3. Use the channel pop-up menu to select a MIDI chan- an input.

The available MIDI inputs are shown. The items on the menu depend on the type of MIDI interface you are using, etc. Channel and output can the program to send Program Change and Bank Select be selected in the Track list or in the Inspector.

The proce- messages to your MIDI device. To select the track s and show the settings in the Inspector, proceed as when selecting a MIDI input see above. Pull down the Output routing pop-up menu and select an output. The available MIDI outputs are shown. The items on the menu depend on what type of MIDI interface you are using etc.

Program Change messages give access to different program locations. The structure and numbering of banks and programs may also vary. This is to overlapping parts: useful for building up rhythm patterns, for example. If you record several parts at the same locations or move parts so that they overlap , you will hear the events in all parts on playback, even Cycle Record mode: Overwrite MIDI though some of the parts are obscured in the Project window. You start recording in an eight bar cycle.

You find that the take was good up until bar seven, for example. About punch in and out on MIDI tracks 4. On the next lap, you wait until bar seven and start play- ing. Performing and setting up manual and automatic punch This way you will overwrite the last two bars only. There is one thing to note, 5.

Make sure you stop playing before the next lap begins however: — otherwise you will overwrite the entire take. You can edit continuous events as opposed to the momentary key down the parts in the Project window by cutting, resizing and and key up messages. If you move the Pitch bend wheel on deleting or you can use a MIDI editor as in the following your synthesizer while recording, this movement is re- example: corded together with the key Note On and Note Off mes- 1.

But the continuous messages Mute tool. Select all takes parts and open them in the Key Edi- or even before. They can also be recorded on their own tor for example. Use the part list pop-up menu on the toolbar to select Say, for instance, that you record one or several bass which part to edit.

Remove or edit notes as desired. This means that you activate recording 5. When you are happy with the result, close the editor. As long as the two tracks are set to the same output 6. Normally, when you switch from one program to another The remaining events in the parts are merged together into a single part. These can be recorded on the fly with the music, recorded afterwards on a separate track, or manually entered in the Key or List Editors.

The System Exclusive SysEx is a special type of MIDI mes- part will appear where the project cursor was when you sage used to send data that only makes sense to a unit of started playing — this means that if you played along dur- a certain make and type. SysEx can be used to transmit a ing playback, the captured notes will end up exactly where list of the numbers that make up the settings of one or you played them in relation to the project.

There are several other options and settings in the Prefer- This is sometimes necessary if you experience hanging ences that affect MIDI recording and playback: notes, constant vibrato, etc. The time is set in ticks. At the end of each re- lution setting on the same page. Usually, this would cause all following parts to When this is activated, recorded MIDI parts will automatically be length- be played with Sustain, as the Pedal Off command was not recorded.

This is possible due to the fact that vated for all other MIDI tracks until you close the editor again. Make sure a MIDI track is record-enabled.

If you raise the Record Catch Range, Cubase will catch the events played just before the recording start point, eliminating this problem. When you have played some MIDI material you want For a description of the other options, click the Help but- to capture either in Stop mode or during playback , select ton in the Preferences.

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