Hello again Cubase Wizards, I wonder if someone knows the answer to this, please?
MT audio project - 6 tracks. Track 6 is backing vocals. I want to copy and paste some harmonies from chorus 3 into the relative positions in both chorus 1 and 2. Sounds easy so far doesn’t it? However…the tempi of the 3 choruses is different by a few BPM (less in places). The result is that the chorus 3 section is the slowest and therefore the longest.
I saw in the books that you can open the sample editor and make a good take when you have multiple takes and see all the audio files at once. I only have the one. I tried duplicationg the track in the main window and then selecting both tracks and opening the sample editor but it only displayed the one audio file. I guess that both tracks ‘point’ to the same audio so that makes sense. I would prefer to be able to see two tracks vertically so that I could readily gauge what needs to be chopped to align the pasted material with the faster tempi.
Do I need to make a copy of the audio and rename it - say - backing vocals 1 in order to be able to do this?
Thanks to all who contribute,