I suffered from some kind of a seizure in June and now is my first time using the Cubase since I forgot about 75% of my personal history, let alone complicated software.
I remember being totally frustrated with Cubase in last spring and now as I’m trying to learn things again, I don’t wonder why. So difficult to do even simple things anymore.
But for now I would like to know if there’s any kind of a function in Cubase to “calculate” (process) the effects to the audio file. I don’t want to start doing downmixes of individual tracks. I guess that the “Freeze Edits” function might be that but it’s greyed out on my C6.0.4. Don’t have any idea why. I really hope that calculating the active effects onto your audio clip wouldn’t be so damn difficult but I need your help. Nowadays I find it very frustrating even trying to search and read the help files, since my nerves are wrecked. So sad.
I just would like to know why my “Freeze edits” option is grey and cannot be selected. I’m sure the solution is easy but you’ll just have to forgive me out of being a complete idiot after the seizure. Tell me like I’m a six-year old, ok?