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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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The Split Tool

The button with a pair of scissors on it is known in Cubase as the Split Tool button. When you click this button, you will notice that the pointer changes into a tiny pair of scissors. The Split tool is used to divide one object into two separate objects. When you use the tool to split a note, it actually creates a new start point for the new note on the right of the Split tool. This is similar to creating a new note next to an existing note. When you use the split tool to split a part, the part becomes two separate parts, which are divided by the point at which they have been split. This means that each part can now be handled as its own individual part.

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When splitting an audio part, you are not cutting the original audio ...

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