Cubase 10.5.12 Build 123 ( Windows 10 x64)
I recorded some guitar riffs to a new Audio Track, set to Cycle Record Mode, looping Takes over the top of a 32-bar drum track.
I opened the LANES function on the Audio Track where the guitar playing recorded.
I am using the Comp Tool to cut and arrange the different slices of the Takes.
I am playing back the audio on the different Lanes, using the Comp tool to select which Slice / Take to prioritize. I havethe Audio Editor, opened up down below.
The Issue: The Audio Editor is not updating to reflect the audio “in the Take” that is playing in the Track List. In other words, it incorrectly shows the cursor playing in the Editor in the wrong location in the audio… in my case it is just stuck on my Final Take (the 4th Take). The sound is coming out correctly from the cursor in the Track List.
If I go to play the first Take for example, the waveform (and cursor) in the Editor stays stuck on the 4th Take audio waveform.
I can scroll to the left and see the Event boundaries (for Take 1, for example), and all of the various Takes are there linearly, as expected. But, in the Editor, cursor is located on the Start of Take 4. When I hit play, I “hear” the 1st Take, which is correctly playing above – but the cursor and display in the Audio Editor jumps back to my 4th Take, the cursor scrolls as if to be playing the 4th take waveform. The Audio playing through the speakers is from the correct “active take” in the Lanes display (say Take 1).
In Summary, if I play any other Take, the Cursor in the Editor does not line up with the cursor in the main Track List, it pretends to play Take 4.
I do NOT have Independent Loop turned on.
It seems to be a Bug. The Audio under the Editor cursor is not what is coming out of the speakers.
The Audio from the “Track List cursor” is correct (and the speakers match the wave form above in the Track List).
Hope this makes sense. Sorry to be a bit redundant. Thanks for any help or ideas on this one!