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Chapter 10.  Browsing and Processing Opt... >  The Offline Process History Panel

The Offline Process History Panel

When you apply a process to an audio object or a portion of an object through offline processing, an entry is made in this event’s Offline Process History panel. Remember that offline processes mean that the effect is not calculated during playback (online), but when the project is stopped (offline). Each process is displayed on its own row. You can decide to modify the settings of a process if it’s available.

For example, you can select the Normalize process and change the amount of normalizing within this process. If a process does not have any parameters to modify, such as the Reverse process, for example, clicking the Modify button simply displays a warning telling you this process cannot be modified. You can also replace one process with another. For instance, you can select the Reverse process and select another process in the drop-down menu below the Replace by button. This brings up the new process’ dialog box. Once replaced, the old process is removed from the list, and the new process takes its place. Before letting you replace a process, Cubase asks you if this is what you really want to do. Finally, you can remove a process from the list by selecting it and clicking the Remove button, no matter where it is in this list, as long as you haven’t applied resampling or time stretching processes which affect the overall number of samples (and ultimately this event’s position in the Project). For example, in a list of four offline processes, you can select the third one and change it without affecting the first or second one. The forth will be updated accordingly.


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