Moderator says they don’t know if the problem was eliminated between Cubase 7.5 and 8 Pro, probably no one has reported it yet, which is a good sign … it’s one of the things I am thinking about as I determine when to move up from 7.5.40.
Thanks for any info -
Time for the every 60-day bump to this thread. Moderators/Steinbergians … any help?
Not a 90-day bump, but asking if the issue was fixed in 8.5?
flattening the audio actually renders the waveform to represent what is being played back correctly. in other words, it’s the pre-flattened visual representation that is incorrect, and seems to be a bug on steinberg’s part (at least that’s what elastique have inferred when i wrote them about it). and indeed it’s not been fixed in c8.
see my video for a reproduction:
here’s a relevant thread:
Thanks lukasbrooklyn. I’m guessing you explain it in the multipage thread you linked to, but I was wondering how you know it is the “pre-flattened” (pre-rendered actually, in your youtube example) waveform that is incorrect, rather than the post-rendered?
I also wonder about its being fixed in 8.5, where Elastique 2 has been replaced with E3 …
if you realtime-record the warped material, you end up with the same waveform as the post-flattened one. that is the true represenation of the material. therefore, the pre-flattened is the incorrect one (sometimes this can be detected just by listening and checking against waveform).
Physically loop a cable from out to in and record the result and it matches the flattened audio.
I wonder if it is all fixed in Elastique 3?