Can you record the Scrub in Sample Editor?

It is possible to record while the sample editor is open? I want to use the scrub feature and record what i am hearing cause it kind of sounds like scratching, is this possible?

I doubt it but I would love to know if a workaround is possible.

The workaround is to use your soundcard´s routing possibilities if available, or hardwiring Soundcard output to input.

Here´s another solution for this "pitch/tape/scratch"FX, incl. correct beat positions… :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AzEhM3s2nY&feature=relmfu

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This is also very interesting for sounddesign in cubase:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EErRz0bHIN0&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL

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Yeah i tried using Sound Recorder in Windows 7 which basically just records all audio from the computer to record it but of course once I opened back up Cubase it blocked this out. Hmm :question:

@benbrown:

this solution has quasi the same result of sound as you want!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AzEhM3s2nY&feature=relmfu

try it!
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This is really annoying. What exactly is the scrub feature used for then?

I followed the video but it didn’t work.

To be used with a scrub wheel, for precision editing.

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This is really annoying. What exactly is the scrub feature used for then?

The function was designed to mimic “rocking the tape”…a technique used in tape-based audio editing to locate a position for splicing the tape. Since there was no such thing as waveform displays back then…you had to locate (and mark with a china marker) your edit points by ear and finish the job with a splicing block, razorblade and splicing tape.

Since the function is supposed to be used strictly as an editing feature, it wasn’t designed to work as a recordable “effect”…but there are solutions described above to capture the scrubbing as an effect.