I am using SLPro 7.0. 20 in Cubase Pro 11.010 (latest) on Win 10. I have just finished mixing a major project, and today I was revisiting one of the tracks in this project, in order to adjust the mix.
I have been using the unmix stem function to debleed the vocals in this project. And now, in the track I was revisiting, suddenly part of the vocals is gone. In the attached screen shot, this is visible as an upward line in the purple vox part followed by nothing.
In doing this mix, as in all my recent mixes, I unmix the vocal track, then duplicate the vocal track and drag the unmixed vocal track from SL Pro and onto the duplicated vocal track (having previously deleted the event from it, so it is empty).
This has worked well up until now. I am very concerned about what has happened to my track, and would very much like to retrieve the lost vocal parts.
Also, when the cursor reaches the upward line in the vocal track, Cubase freezes completely and I have to hit Alt/Del to force Cubase to close.
A quick check shows that other projects/tracks where I have worked in an identical manner also seem to be affected, but not all of them. This has me unnerved and not trusting SLPro at the moment. If this situation cannot be resolved, and the missing vocal parts retrieved, I have lost weeks, or even months of work for an album that we are working on at the moment.
Sure, the original recordings are untouched, but I will have to redo and reconstruct my mixes, which will take me a LOT of time. I am devastated!