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Chapter 9. Advanced Audio Editing > Types of Audio Editing

Types of Audio Editing

You can perform two main types or styles of audio editing in Cubase. The first type, discussed in Chapter 8, “Basic Audio Editing,” involves changes to parts and events, including changes in duration, location, and basic sonic parameters such as fade and level. The second type of audio editing makes changes to the audio itself so that it doesn't sound the same after it has been edited. This second kind of audio editing involves such modifications as changes to the gain structure of a sample, addition of reverb, time correction, and pitch shifting.

Once again, if you have a two-button mouse, you will be spending a lot of time with the contextual menus that open when you right-click an event or part. Most of the actions in this chapter use the Process menu (Figure 9.1) or the Plug-ins menu (Figure 9.2). For those readers who are on Macs and have one-button mice, I'll show alternate routes.


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