What would be the best way to handle this situation?
I have numerous audio events assigned to several characters are part of an overdub. Each audio event requires subtle eq adjustment to match it to the background track. I could do it by assigning each event to a separate track and then adjusting the eq of each track separately. But then I’d end up with hundreds of tracks each containing a single audio event and it would get pretty hard to navigate.
What I want to do is simply apply some eq to each EVENT individually rather than applying it to each TRACK. (Each character track has some overall eq applied anyway.)
Does anyone have any suggestions for an efficient way to handle this? I don’t want to apply irreversible processing to the audio events and Cubase 5 only seems to think in terms of eq’ing entire tracks. It would be easy if I could simply apply eq to each EVENT on a track. What to do?