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Video Tutorial – Copy Automation in Cubase

Copy Automation

After I posted the video on sidechaining the Waves Vocal Rider in Cubase, there were a couple of comments on YouTube asking if it was possible to write the automation data direct to the channel volume fader, rather than to its own automation lane.  If you did this, you would be able to remove the Vocal Rider after it had done its work and save some CPU power.  My initial thought was that you can’t, but it is possible to end up with the same result, just by copying the automation data from the Vocal Rider’s lane to the main channel fader lane.  The video below walks through how it’s done.

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