Does anyone know if the functionality exists in Cubase 6 to invert track automations (I haven’t upgraded yet, so I can’t post in the cubase 6 forum)?
Presently I edit a two track setup (one stereo mic & one mono mic), & switch between the two mics in post. My aim is to try to keep editing time to a minimum. The quickest way in Cubase seems to be to apply compression/limiting as an effect track & then to use volume automation to cross fade between tracks.
On the other hand, if I cut and pasted the two tracks into one, then I could use the usual cross fade function, but then I would need first to apply the compression/limiting to each track & for me this would waste editing time unnecessarily.
Does anyone know the easiest way to invert track automations in Cubase 6?
Alternatively, I believe it’s possible to invert the automations by applying them first to a MIDI track & going through a few steps which I think involves using the list editor to invert it. If so, does anyone know how hard it is to write a macro to automate something like that (it’s an editing function I do every week, so the time to write it would be worth it).