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Chapter 8. Basic Audio Editing

Chapter 8. Basic Audio Editing

For most of the history of recorded audio, editing involved a razor blade, a cutting block, and some tape. Editing individual tracks was difficult or impossible, and one bad edit with that razor blade could mean redoing the entire song from scratch.

Editing digital audio is a completely different story. Cubase stores audio files on a hard drive, and the visible audio waveforms in the Project window that we call events and parts are actually just pointers to those audio files. This means that any part of any file can play back at any point in a project— there is complete freedom to rearrange and modify the parts of a project. Cubase SX 2 is a world-class audio editing platform.


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