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Basic Audio Editing in Cubase

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In this sample chapter, you will learn how to use Cubase SX2 to edit audio events and parts; about Snap and how to use it to move audio precisely in a project; the different methods for changing the duration of events and parts; and how to fade events in and out, how to crossfade between two audio events, and how to use the Scissors tool.
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Basic Audio Editing in Cubase

This sample chapter from the book Cubase SX 2 for Macintosh and Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide by Thad Brown explains how to edit audio events and parts, starting with how to move, copy, and mute them. You will also learn about Snap and how to use it to move audio precisely in a project. You'll learn the different methods for changing the duration of events and parts. Finally, you'll learn how to fade events in and out, how to crossfade between two audio events, and how to use the Scissors tool.

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