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Re: Cubase, loops, and desperation

Look closely at the wav to make sure there are no gaps at the ends- but the
issue is probably in the arrange window in Cubase- if the Song is not at 
same tempo of the loop it may not fit perfectly- so you can do a few things
to solve- one is to sdjust the tempo in Cubase to match the tempo of the
sample- the other is to time stretch the sample in Cubase to fit properly-
if you zoom in on the event you will see it does not go all the way to the
bar line- there is a stretch tool in Cubase- but be warned, time stretching
is very good at introducing artifacts into the sound- also, you will need 
copy the stretched part and paste it end to end- Happy Looping-


----- Original Message -----
From: JoE Silva <theqrm@home.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2001 4:45 PM
Subject: Cubase, loops, and desperation

> All-
> Just started using Cubase (3.7). Need help with understanding sample
> loops and "parts" in the audio editor. Why when importing a perfect
> sample loop from a CD or from my audio editor (Sound Forge 4.5), can I
> not get Cubase to loop the audio file perfectly just by butting copies
> of the original against one another. There is always an audio pause as
> Cubase moves from one copy to the next. Sanity is slipping away. Any
> help would be a Godsend...