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Subject: find and replace audio events in cubase


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Original Message 1/2             15-Jul-06  @  04:58 PM   -   find and replace audio events in cubase

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DOes anyone know how to replace an audio even in cubase sx3 . For example if you wanted to replace the hi hat u have layed out on a track with another... does it involve the pool? thanx



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Message 2/2             16-Jul-06  @  10:13 AM   -   RE: find and replace audio events in cubase

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you're gonn ahave to explain it better than that... you want to replace some audio in a song? - well then you either imnport somer audio and place it on a track or record some audio - The Pool is simply a list of audio clips/parts which may or may not be actualy used in the track (you can import audio to the pool, or record audio which goes into the pool, but that doesn't mean that audio has to be actuly used in the track)

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