This chapter takes a look at Cubase’s online and offline audio processing options. Offline and online processes offer identical parameters and results; however, offline processes are rendered to a temporary file. Cubase then reads this temporary file instead of calculating the effect each time. This technique lessens the load on the computer’s resources.
Here’s a summary of what you will learn in this chapter:
How to use audio processes found in the Audio menu
How to use the recovery tools found in the Offline Process History panel
How to shift tempo and pitch in Musical mode
Audio processing can be applied to audio in two ways: You can apply effects in real time that affect the entire ...