Are you interested in tightening up the music or sound recordings that you have created before entering into production? Well, if you’re using Cubase, then you already have a powerful set of tools at your disposal – no need to bring in different methods or additional tools. Starting with the Surgical EQ and then moving to Deep Wave Editing and gate checks, you’ll have professional-sounding audio in no time, and will be ready to mix everything together.
- After recording, you’ll need to do some cleaning of your audio files before mixing your tracks.
- A lot of the functionality that you need is already built into Cubase.
- Using this platform, you can clean up your files most of the way without needing to utilize another tool.
“The Sample Editor is a great way to edit audio and it’s now integrated into the main Project window. To open the dedicated window for greater detail, right click on a clip and choose Audio > Open Sample Editor. If your audio file has very short errors like digital clips or clicks, you might have to zoom down to a sample level in order to be able to see them.”