I’m sorry if that sounds like a stupid question but here is something that I have noticed when trying to record Audio tracks recently in Cubase Artist 10:
When I create an Audio track in my Cubase project, before I even record any audio on this track, Cubase creates a Wave Sound file of 0 bytes with the name of my Audio track in the Audio Record Folder of my project (ex: Audio piano_01). The only way to get rid of it is if I remove the Audio track from my Project.
Then, after I have recorded my audio on this track, the corresponding Wave Sound file is normally created in the Audio Record Folder with the same name (Audio piano_01) and the corresponding 0 bytes file becomes Audio piano_02. The 0 bytes file is still there.
So if I have 10 different Audio tracks in my project, I will end up having actually 20 files, 10 of them being the 0 bytes files corresponding to each audio track.
I find this quite surprising and confusing. Is it something normal? I don’t remember having these 0 bytes files before when recording Audio, is there something I am not doing quite right?
Thank you all for your help