I’m still finding my way around using Cubase, and I’ve run into an issue when working with tracks. I’ve recorded an acoustic guitar with three mics and a direct input simultaneously from four separate inputs on my audio interface to four separate tracks. After recording, Cubase selects all four tracks if I only click on any one of them when attempting to edit them individually.
How do I get Cubase to treat each track as individual tracks? I’ve noticed other tracks that had their parts recorded simultaneously at a given point in time also display this same issue, as if the track’s take is associated with those on another track, even though they came from separate inputs.
i think of 2 reasons related to grouping.
1: if the tracks are inside a folder track, probably the group editing is on , not in front of cubase now , but its like = sign on the folder track. click on it to disengage if it is engaged
2: the events are grouped, the events have a sign indication when grouped with 2 or 3 cycles with strings . u can ungroup them by selecting the events and use key command “alt+U” or one of the modifiers+U. don’t remember exactly
Thanks for the reply! I don’t recall creating a folder track to begin with, so I do not see the group editing button. I cannot find anything that is grouped or linked, either. When clicking each track, it only recognizes the top track on the Info Line for all four tracks.