I got some issues with a track in my project.
I´m on cubase 6.5 and i need to do a tapestop effect on one of the tracks.
Is this possible in cubase ? I know how to do it in a project using the time track, but
I need to do it on one track.
and thanks for the reply , yes it is a audio track and I have tried the
pitch shift on the part but it didn´t do the job as I wanted. I´ll try your link kvraudio.com
The fx I was after is easely made in daw´s like pro tools and logic .
But anyway I´ll stay with Cubase,just love it
Will this method only effect the Tracks that is in musical mode ?
in that case it would be great , i´m not at the studio right now so I can´t test it yet.
/ Thank you all the replyes and all your ideas .
Well, that’s the reason one of the things on my wishlist for Cubase 7 is independent pitch envelope for each audio event (in addition to the Volume envelope).
Logic has something that is far more workable. You can always do it with the Process dialogue but if you have no option of using the Tape algorithm and if you apply the process more than once, the sound get degraded in quality so the result is not close to a real tape stop.
That said I wouldn’t switch a track to Logic just for this reason
In the case of pop, house, electro, dub step, etc. It is VERY important. It has just become second nature in these styles of music. I suppose that the first track to become famous that used it was Levels. But before then it had been used a lot and now, everyone is using it.
So Steinberg should put it into Cubase asap.
On a personal note, I even bought my most hated program, logic, to replace Cubase. Lucky for Steinberg, Logic sucks and I just can not get my head around it. But this is the strength of this feature for the modern music producers. Steinberg, please take note.
In the case of pop, house, electro, dub step, etc.
Nobody who uses Cubase does those styles.
OTOH There are a lot of Cubase users who compose these styles and have done so for years now.
Why does it take a “new” user to tell them they haven’t got such a vital feature?
Clue: Maybe they know how to use Cubase.
Conclusion: Logic’s got it with one less button-press. Gee! That’s an urgent improvement needed!