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The Browser window provides a complete list of all the events used in a project, making it a perfect environment to troubleshoot all kinds of objects as well as a tool that lets you quickly edit details within a project. For example, you can rename a number of events directly from the Browser window. Any changes you make here are reflected in all other windows .
In this chapter, we also look at offline (not in real time) processes inside Cubase and the advantages they may provide over online processes ( processed in real time) when you need more processes than your computer can handle. Because Cubase offers a nondestructive editing environment, making changes to processes applied directly to audio objects has never been easier.
In this chapter, you will:
Understand and use the Browser window.
Use the Offline Process History panel.
Use the Edit History panel.
Use offline audio processes to control different aspects of your sound.
Use VST and DirectX plug-in (PC versions only) effects without taxing your computer's CPU.
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