I reproduced a bug last year with Cubase 8.
I reported it to Steinberg, but they didn’t answer (except the initial acknowledgement).
Could anyone here try this with Cubase 9?
Maybe Steinberg corrected this bug and this is only an issue of their support.
Render In Place seems to ignore muted events (comping tracks) that are overlayed by shorter, aktive events.
You can reproduced it by:
- take a loop
- copy it to a second comping subtrack
- cut it (e.g. alt+scissor every 16th)
- make the cutted events shorter (e.g. edit length + add fades)
- mute the whole event on comping track 1
- select all events of the track (the whole track including every subtrack)
- render in place
- result contains the muted events with glitches and clicks
One of the main reasons to use render in place is, that i speeds up working, if you have to bounce a lot.
If you can not trust the result, you have to listen carefully through every rendered piece.
This takes longer than using the old features like freeze or audio export.
So i insisted on a bug fix, since this is important for the trust in “render in place”.
Best regards - YoH