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Inaccurate Waveform on Cubase?

Discussion in 'Cubase' started by Loconzly, May 24, 2007.

  1. Loconzly

    Loconzly Guest

    Hi all,

    I hope I can explain this problem properly.

    I do a lot of voiceover work in Cubase LE and I edit out the pauses, breaths, etc, using the sample waveform editor.

    Here's the problem: After I've done one or two edits, the waveform will show inaccurate information. In other words, there will be a straight line where there is sound and waves where there is silence. Of course, it makes it impossible to edit correctly and I've ruined several good takes because of this glitch.

    This problem happens EVERY single time I record and the only way I can fix it is by normalizing in order to redraw the waveform. When I normalize, the waveform redraws and shows the actual information. Of course, this is not always practical when editing. It's driving me crazy!

    Anyone know what I can do about this? I am running Mac OS X Panther with Cubase LE 1.0.7 Build 94.

    Thanks in advance! I am really anxious to end this problem once and for all!!
     
  2. pr0gr4m

    pr0gr4m Well-Known Member

    I'm pretty sure this is/was a known bug in cubase. Go to the cubase forums....you'll find all sorts of info on it...and maybe even a cure.
     
  3. Zoro

    Zoro Guest

    The problem is that cubase LE is not compatible with OSX Panther. Try contacting Presonus Tech support.

    Zoro.
    http://www.produccionestecate.com
     
  4. pr0gr4m

    pr0gr4m Well-Known Member

    LOL!

    If you have a problem with Cubase or OSX, why on earth would you contact Presonus Tech Support?

    Here is what I was talking about. It seems like it might not be the same problem you are experiencing..

    http://forum.cubase.net/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=59003&highlight=waveform+display
     
  5. Zoro

    Zoro Guest

    Oooppsss

    I was thinking on another post related to a firepod. Sorry my bad.

    Zoro.
     
  6. Loconzly

    Loconzly Guest

    Unfortunately (or fortunately), the low-res bug isn't the problem. The waveform shows up in high res and looking normal, just with inaccurate information.

    I've been combing the Cubase forum and can't find anyone with the same problem as I am having. I just don't understand what would do this.
     

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