I recently upgraded from Cubase 12 to Cubase 13 and encountered a strange issue. I’ve attached a video recorded with my iPhone since my PC doesn’t support screen recording. In the video, you can hear the audio sample retains its high-end frequencies in the Media Bay when added to a Sampler Track but sounds muffled when dragged into the main project window from the Media Bay. This issue doesn’t appear in the Pool either. I don’t have any effects/plugins on the tracks either. I’ve checked volume and velocity settings, updated my UR824 audio interface firmware, and disabled other sound settings in Windows. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Yeah that is weird. Sounds like part of the attack is missing. Maybe there is a Fade-in being applied. Also try dragging the lower left corner of the clip to the left and see if it exposes any additional audio.
FYI, on Windows many folks use the free OBS software for video capture.
Super weird! I tried dragging to see if there was any additional audio but there isn’t. I also looked for any fade, in both the project window and in Direct Offline Processing. Neither was present.
Ill look into OBS for my PC. I use my Macbook Pro for screen recording and Ecamm for streaming so I never really got into OBS.
In the Follow-up video, you’ll notice the first note of the rendered file doesn’t have the transient but the following 2 notes have the transient. Does anyone know how to submit a bug (problem) to Steinberg? I’ll try to google it when I get off of work later.