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

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Chapter 18. Navigating Audio Tracks

In a Cubase project, audio tracks can contain any type of audio events—from live audio recordings to looped samples, from rendered effect tracks to duplicated and processed audio tracks. Audio tracks can be automated and routed to various audio outputs, including studio sends and group channels. Each audio track in Cubase has its own dedicated four-band parametric equalizer section and can have up to eight inserts and eight sends for effects processing.

Many of the controls found in audio tracks are similar to the ones discussed for MIDI tracks in the previous chapter and will behave in a way that should start to feel familiar to you by now. Also, audio, instrument, input, output, FX channel, and group tracks ...

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