Hi - I’m looking at dealing with sibilance in a new way, by chopping it out and putting it to another track for further processing, and trying to figure out the most “mouse-free” way to do that. I guess maybe that isn’t exactly multing if that term means to leave the original track unchanged, but I hope it’s OK to describe it that way for now.
(As an aside, the way I deal with sibilance currently is to use the scissor tool and just lower the volume of the sibilant portions, which is good for volume but harder to process beyond that).
I’ve found the Edit>Range>Split command, and of course I can now drag it down to the pre-made “Sibilance Track” using the mouse, but I was hoping to find a mouse-free way to do that. I’m wondering if the PLE can be programmed to do that, maybe creating something like a “Cut Range/Paste on Selected Track” combination of commands? (Hopefully then I can navigate Cubase to the “Sibilance Track” immediately below by using the arrow key, but that’s a different issue!)
I have just started using the PLE, and can with effort modify a preset to something a little different, but programming it from scratch is still beyond me.
Has anyone done anything like this and could maybe post what might become my “Sibilance chop and bring to new track” PLE pre-set please? (Or maybe there’s a better way to do it)?
Thanks for any help!