When I export audio, Cubase adds a short silence to the start. Is there a way to switch that off as I am creating loops and do not want to have to go into an external editor to get rid of that silence as Cubase should not add it. It makes the loop longer than it should be which is baaad!
Many thanks in advance and hope someone knows the answer, if there is one?! Cheers
Last edited by Jouleskeys on Thu Oct 31, 2013 5:52 pm, edited 1 time in total.
The left locator is precisely on 0, not before, and the first audio sound is also on 0. There is a certain few ms added to the beginning. If someone can, could you check this also on your system... shame tech support is shut
... and it's self explanatory so not sure where pictures will be useful tbh. Once exported there is a gap of silence. It's simply odd. Wondering if there is a setting I am overlooking in preferences..? not that I can see
Jouleskeys wrote: and it's self explanatory so not sure where pictures will be useful tbh.
Well, thb, you didn't mention whether you were chopping a longer file or what so instead of going back and forth with questions, a picture is worth a thousand words. Like I said, it could be many things.
NWP Can't find print screen button on my mac keyboard, doh! Thanks for that though. I think the delay issue lays within going out through ext great theb back in again. I'm using a buffer of 48 though so it's a bit odd
Its from my rhodes going in, then out again through various outboard gear/ amps etc to mix etc. Just experimenting really. I got the hang of it now. Not a problem, though on finalising the Export, I am now moving the locators to compensate. Thanks for your thoughts
Do you want to show your music or any audio work made with Cubase? fb.com/groups/Made.With.Cubase/ My Stuff: UR824 and Cubase 7.0.7 and 8(Pro) on Windows 8.1 ( PC 64bits system / Core i7 3773K ) *Always the latest version avariable. A bunch of Mics, Pres and Toys, Plugins and Heart