I record a my mixes back into Cubase via some outboard rather than using internal bounce.
So let’s say for instance I start recording my mix at bar 9 (I always start my tunes in Cubase at bar 9 to allow some space at the start of a track in case I want to add an extra bit of intro - old habit really)
Then I end up with a mix wav file start point bar 9 … perfect no problem. Save project.
If I then decide to import this mix into another Cubase project at the cursor set to bar 9 then even with snap on (or without) the file start a little earlier at 126.96.36.199
… and has this faint line on the file overview that is at bar 9, when I look inside the editor the little faint line is actually the “Event Snap Point”
What the heck is going on here, I’m seriously confused why Cubase is doing this, can anyone help … please