this is driving me to distraction!
I want to create a vocal doubling effect with Cubase. I can do it another way but I want to do it with Cubase.
I have a main vocal track. I then duplicate it twice I name them Vocal Main VM L (left channel) VM R (right channel) and I link left and right in the mixer and set the panning accordingly.
Next, I highlight the left channel’s audio event and go to Audio > Process > Pitch Shift. The Pitch Shift dialogue opens. In Pitch Shift Settings I move the Fine Tune counter to read, say, 5 cents and click Process. I get a dialogue box with a choice Continue or New Version. I click New Version. The dialogue says Click New Version if processing should apply only to selected events
I then do exactly the same to the right channel but set the Pitch Shift Setting to, say, -4 cents and click New Version
So, I changed the left to 5 and the right to -4 cents… So far so good? Nope!!!
If I go back to the main vocal, I find that it is reading -4 which is the last setting I made. So I change it back to 0 cents only to find that both left and right are set to the LAST setting I made, in this case 0 cents!
It is driving me mad!!! I can’t seem to find a resolution. I have tried Render in Place, Bounce Selection but to no avail!
What am I doing wrong? What am I missing?
Thanks for reading.