Clip/Part/event Gain Automation

Hi.
I think cubendo can benefit from Clip gain automation as in protools.
not need to cut every audio part just to adjust gain like in cubendo, good workflow :bulb:

Thought…

Maybe the “Trim” automation function is what you want. It is available in CB Pro.

Regards :sunglasses:

nop, its different
its like automation for the event itself(on the wave level) not the audio track.
its can be done maybe with automating some gain plugin on the track insert,but its less intuitive and does not give you visual real time change of the wave level
also can be done with DOP with gain process,but again its not the same :ugeek:

+1

Another little good workflow improvement.

Just range and drag - done!
No cutting, and then gluing, is needed.

As Pro Tools in this illustrative gif anim (a bit into it, after the insert/send/vol/pan thing):
https://gifyu.com/image/vEaT

just simple and elegant, no need to cut clip like in Cubase

this was huge impact on protools users workflow, try once and you never look back again
https://drive.google.com/open?id=19lnVYYKc9Q99iuiArJxs-rGxqdjgr8OB





Cubase should have these AWESOME FEATURES. I spent so much time last night splitting, crossfading and dragging handles. If I had these tools, I would have saved so much time. I’ll trade any and every one of the synths that I paid for (with Cubase) for these highly valuable features!

+3 !!!

+1

Yes, indeed. Another workflow feature that would speed things up in Cubase in a significant way for everyone.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZVbb7Uz9gI
that’s what it should be like, S1 developers know how to make tools with workflow ease in mind
pencil tool in cubase is so old and not intuitive an slow for today’s production demands,hope it makes in cubase 11,or at least they think about it at all in near future updates

Workaround is to use the pencil tool, you will be able to draw in any volume automation you want…
The main issue is the pencil tool on audio only really works for reducing amplitude.
Workaround is to draw a line at the middle point, use your scrollwheel to add clip gain to ger back to the starting point,then go to town with the pencil tool being able to reduce or add gain…

Hi,thats what I do when needed,but its very slow and limited. If it will be featured some day in 2086(sorry for the cynical attitude )it should be like automation and also work for multiple events. For instance select range of 8 backround vocal events and adjust gain envelope as needed.
Like in Protools and now s1-5 even better implemented

Yes.! Looks a very clean, clear and elegant (= good workflow) solution to how they’ve done this now…
https://youtu.be/zPCuxYZKhQ8?t=219

No cutting/splitting and crossfades fiddling and fiddling, making tons of little events; or using the pencil to click and create multiple teeny, tiny ‘nodes’ to achieve anything etc, etc…

Can’t wait to save up and buy the upgrade.