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Cubase 6 issue

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by Revson, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. Revson

    Revson Member

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    Lately Cubase has been fucking up on me, it's not a huge ordeal but it's certainly annoying. The problem is when I try to use the slice tool. It won't make a cut on the grid, it's a few samples ahead or behind and it won't let me drag out the region to line up on the grid. Now I can alt+X on the region and it slices just fine, but I want to know why it's doing this. Any thoughts?
     
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    Do you have Snap on? The icon looks like this >|<
     
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    Sounds like the Snap to Zero Crossing Button is engaged. It looks like a curve flowing through an grid.

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    7 over from the left of the snap button >|<.

    It had me pretty annoyed for a while as well.
     
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    The snap to zero-crossing could be the problem. I'm at the day job right now, but once I get to the studio I'll check it out. Thank you guys.
     
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    I finally made it to the studio last night and the problem was in fact the Snap to Zero-crossing button. Thank you again for helping me be a little less dumb.
     

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