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Chapter 9. Advanced Audio Editing > Modifying Effects on Processed Audio

Modifying Effects on Processed Audio

Just as you can undo effects that you've applied to your audio, you can modify a process that you've applied to an event or range. For example, you might notice—after processing—that a Flanger effect is too pronounced. You can edit this effect, even at this point, by using Offline Process History.

To change the processing settings for an event or range

1.
Use the Arrow tool to select the event that you want to change.

2.
Select Audio > Offline Process History from the main or the contextual menu.

3.
When the Offline Process History dialog box opens, select the process that you want to edit (Figure 9.37). Then click the Modify button.

Figure 9.37. The Flanger will be edited, so it is selected in the list.


The editor for that process opens, displaying the same settings used when the audio was processed (Figure 9.38).

Figure 9.38. When you choose to make changes to a process, the original editor will open.


4.
Change the parameters as you like and then click the Process button.

Cubase reprocesses the audio with the new settings (status bars will show the progress) and replaces the event in the Project window.

5.
Click the Close button to dismiss the Offline Process History window.


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