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The Project Window

The project window (see Figure 2.1) is your main working area. In Cubase SX/SL, you can load different projects. When you make a project window active (bring it on top of others by clicking in it), all other project-related windows also update their content to display the settings of this active project window. The project window is divided into seven areas:

  • Toolbar. Accesses the most common tools and functions used in this window, as most toolbars do. It appears on the top of the project window, covering the width of the window.

  • Event information line. Displays information on selected events. You can use it to rename these selected events or edit the event’s start, end, length, and so on.

  • Overview. Displays the whole project and frames the current portion of the project currently viewed. You can quickly zoom to a specific point or move your point of view by using this area.

  • Inspector. Gives you detailed information on a selected track. Each track has different information represented in this area, depending on the track’s type.

  • Track list. Displays vertically stacked tracks available in your project. Each track also displays information related to its track type (audio, MIDI, marker, video, and so on).

  • Event display. Displays events in time as well as automation lanes associated with events on tracks.

  • Zoom. Enables you to view your project in different ways, focusing on a particular section, track, or event, or simply to get an overall view of your project.


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