Often I have a single audio file ( .mp3) that I would like to change its pitch and loop it for practicing. What is the fastest way to create a project given an audio file?
This is what I am doing?
- Load Cubase ( 30 seconds minimum)
- Create a new project empty project and create a new folder and top the project (20 sec)
- drag and drop the .mp3 file
Not sure, maybe using an apple script?
Any help would be appreciated.
Well you could eliminate one step by launching Cubase via a cpr file instead of creating something new, than later save-as with the title you need.
Thanks, Steve. In fact, right after this email, I created an alias on my desktop. However, how can I speed up the load time!
Let’s say I don’t need any plugin and disable program preferences and deactivate all third party plugins. If I use safe mode, I need to select “registration”, splash screen, etc. Can we speed it up further? It reduced to 30 seconds now.
It would speed up, if I could somehow bypass Cubase for checking hardware and even internal plugins, etc.
I was hoping I could right-click on an audio file and select Cubase to open it and create the project! But I think it is not possible.