For those who didn’t get this the 1st time (no one responded), I made an 11 hour stereo recording (.WAV) on a single track at 32/96kHz. When I stopped rolling, I managed to listen back to my audio, open up the event in the editor, and view it’s waveform without a problem.
When I saved the project file, closed the program, and reopened it, the event appeared in the project window as BLANK, and there was no audio registering at all.
My project setup was pre-configured for a 12 hour recording at the 32/96kHz. The file appears in the pool, but now reads 0.000s where it had previously read the actual length, when I was able to listen back after the recording.
In the AUDIO folder, the file appears, and Windows displays it’s size as almost 30GB. The file does not work in any other program… adobe audition 3 or windows media player, whereas every other WAV file I’ve ever created in Cubase does.
As a test, I made a 10 hour recording last night at a lower sample rate (48kHz), of a WAV file on a single audio track, and the same thing occurred… I was able to hear it before closing the program, and it disappeared upon reopening.
BTW my computer is offline, and I am only running licensed software on my machine.
Has anyone ever experienced this before? Does anyone at Steinberg know what happened to my audio?