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Chapter 8. Basic Audio Editing > Converting Events to Parts

Converting Events to Parts

When you start editing audio in Cubase, it might be hard at first to see the difference between events and parts. Both can be used in the Project window, and both can be edited directly in the Project window. However, some of what is described in this chapter relates only to audio events, some is useful only with audio parts, and some works with both events and parts.

Audio event: An audio event is a reference to an audio file that has been recorded or imported into Cubase. It is not the audio file itself, but an indication to Cubase to play an audio file (or a part of an audio file) at a particular time in a project.


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