Edit audio

Hi !

I have a couple of duplicated audio tracks and when I want to edit one of them,
for example change pitch, all of them changes.

I think I have read somewhere that you can choose that just one track
will be affected but I can´t remember how to do it.

Anyone who knows ?

Regards

Henrik

If you do such a thing, Cubase would normally tell you that there are other audio events in your project that will be affected and ask you if you wish to apply your changes to all or make a new copy to just alter the one event you’re working on.
If it doesn’t show you this dialog, you probably ticked the ‘don’t ask this again’ box at some point :wink:. I suspect you can undo this in the Cubase preferences somewhere. I don’t know where to look for it though, so if you can’t find it try the manual.

Hi Strophoid and thanx for the reply.

I think you are right regarding “don´t ask med again box” and I will
check the preferences pages in the manual and hopefully find the answer.

Thanx again

I don’t know if you’re still struggling with this, but… Preferences–> Audio --> On Processing Shared Clips --> select “open options dialog”.

I’m paying it forward!!