Brain wrote:Split, if you do it this way....
then you can easily and accurately align the various passes using the same 1L data.
Takes a huge amount of time to load in, and creates a lot of extra files, but it is the most
fool proof method short of having 8 discrete outputs.
knuckle47 wrote:This just hit me ...I had a 246 porta studio and recorded a session , really an interview with my 4 year old daughter, at 2x cassette speed. Of course now that I no longer have the recorder...can I load these two tracks into Cubase and then control the speed of playback using the time control in Cubase?
She's now 32 and married...it would be great to give this to her.
Forgive my limited exposure to these features
From the perspective of the parent, The kids on the other hand don't find it amusing when you play it for their friends later especially if it's a girlfriend or boyfriend.knuckle47 wrote:....kid interviews are very funny at times....especially your own.
Yes it does along with a truckload of other audio functions - even better is Wavelab.Steve Fogal wrote:does Cubase have the ability to reverse audio content?
Steve Fogal wrote:^^^ I don't recall even considering about reversing audio... from Cubase or Wavelab. What versions of Cubase or Wavelab do this? I have Wavelab 3, bought with my Cubase VST 32/5 in a 'Producer Pack' but have never used it.
I also don't know how to change the speed of audio, or which versions of either Cubase or Wavelab do this.
You might actually be glad (count yer lucky stars) there weren't back then or ... well there was Super-8 - I've still got a complete home Super-8 studio complete with camera, title kit, editor, splicer, projector - the works...knuckle47 wrote:I only wish there were video cameras like there are today... OH BOY !
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