I am using Cubase Elements 10.5 on Windows 10 Pro.
I use gain a lot - to reduce as well as boost parts of tracks.
I might select one part of a track and reduce by -2DB, and the next section, I might want to ioncrease by +3DB
My issue is that, in the above example, when I select the secnd section, and open the gain window, it will automatically apply the -2DB I had just applied to the previous section. I then have to ‘reverse’ this by adding the +3.
I want to know if there is a way to disable this behavior. I don’t want to always have to undo the previous amount of gain.
True, there are sometimes when I want to reduce by -1DB for ten in a row, but overall, I find the default behavior of gain a waste of time, and I am not convinced that applying -2DB followed immediately by +3DB doesn’t do any damage…
Thoughts welcome… thanks in advance.