Please improve the Hitpoint recognition feature and give us options! Other DAW’s have this. Why no Cubase?
Please also allow me to convert then export all sliced audio as separate audio files.
What I am doing (not exactly uncommon):
1 - Recording or editing existing VST instruments I’ve mixed/altered
2 - Now I have one long track with 32-100 audio samples (sometimes more)
3 - I slice the events and trip out the silence.
4 - I export them as audio files.
5 - I rename them one by one
6 - I import them into a sampler
Does Steinberg know how much of a pain it is to build sampled instruments using Cubase? Removing silence, splitting events, exporting multiple events as different files. It seems like Cubase can’t do any of these things automatically. Am I wrong? I find it ironic that the tool I use to make music can’t be used to make a digital instrument in this day and age. I suppose you can. But if it takes 5 years to do it I can’t really say it falls within “current functionality” as it stands. As much as that sounds like a complaint… it’s not… yet. lol I’m just surprised. Am I missing a feature here? Or can we see some improved tools for music creation?
Auto-slice & trim events to remove silence
Export those events to separate audio files
This is more important than a shiny new mixer in Cubase 8.5 or 9. It’s 2015, the words “manual edit” really need to disappear.