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Chapter 9. Advanced Audio Editing > Removing Audio Processing

Removing Audio Processing

Sometimes you will want to remove an effect after processing your audio. Cubase has a powerful set of tools for undoing changes made to a project or file. Some undo features are global, but Cubase also includes some more specialized tools for managing changes made in audio processing. Of course, the most recent action can always be undone by pressing Control-Z (Windows) or Command-Z (Macintosh). However, Cubase also keeps a list of every edit made to a project, and you can continue to undo actions all the way to the state of the project when it was opened. You can also choose from the Edit menu to undo and redo the most recent change to a project (Figure 9.34).

Figure 9.34. Undo and Redo options on the Edit menu of Cubase; the program keeps all edits since the last time the project was opened.



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