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Cubase® 6 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Robert Guerin, Michael Miller

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Chapter 14. Using the Pool

The Pool holds references to all audio and video clips used in a project. For example, when you record onto an audio track, an event is created in the Project window, and a clip representing the audio file on disk appears in the Pool. In addition, when you import an audio file, an audio clip representing this file appears in the Pool.

Each project has its own Pool, which optionally can be saved separately so that its contents can be imported into another project. You also can open more than one Pool in a single project, allowing you to share Pool resources between projects. The Pool also enables you to view your audio clip references (called events) and corresponding regions. You can use the Pool to monitor, update, and ...

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