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Chapter 6.  Track Classes

Chapter 6. Track Classes

When you create a new empty project, as you did in Chapter 4, a blank project appears with no tracks. No matter what you decide to do from this point forward, you need to add tracks to your project. In Cubase, tracks are just like containers. Without tracks, you won’t have containers into which you can record events.

Here’s a summary of what you will learn in this chapter:

  • Explore the different tools available in the track Inspector and Track List areas.

  • What track classes are and what purpose they serve.

  • What are the differences between MIDI and audio effects?

  • What are the differences between track insert and send effects?

  • Define the Cubase audio hierarchy in terminology and learn how it applies to your project.

  • Organize your project by using folder tracks.

  • Learn when and why you would use group tracks.

There are eight types, or classes, of tracks:


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