I love the fact that Cubase has an excellent audio editor built right in. For most tasks, this is just perfect for me.
However, recently I added Izotope RX2 to my toolkit. And while RX2 includes several plugins that are useful within Cubase, I’m wondering if there’s also a way to open an audio file in the full RX2 application, edit, save, and pop back into Cubase with the updated file.
I used to be able to do this with my old DAW… just click on the clip and choose something like “Open in X” and it would work seamlessly, launching the audio editor with the WAV loaded and updating the clip when I saved and returned.
I’m sure I could hunt through the audio file directory and do this manually but that sounds like a bad idea.
I’m not looking to replace the internal audio editor for most tasks… but for certain things, RX2 offers a unique set of capabilities and I’d like to work in the full editor if I could avoid having to always use the plugins.
I cruised through the preferences looking for a way to set a path to an external audio editor but was unable to find one. I also cruised through the manual searching for such an option and didn’t see it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.