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Cubase vocals phase problem, please help
Old 3 weeks ago
  #1
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Cubase vocals phase problem, please help

Hey guys, I have recorded a vocals session with cubase DAW and when I was mixing the vocals, I noticed a weird issue. I just put a Waves PAZ analyzer on the Vox track and noticed that even though it is in mono, however it is not centred . How is that possible? Attached is the screenshot.
Your help would be greatly appreciated,

Xtor
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Old 3 weeks ago
  #2
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What interface did you record with?
Old 3 weeks ago
  #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SluttyMcSlut View Post
What interface did you record with?
I recorded with a U87Ai>Rupert Neve Portico 5012>Apollo 16
Old 3 weeks ago
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A stereo plugin on a mono track will proces only the left channel unless you route it different.
Try routing the mono track to an stereo bus and put the analyzer on that.
Old 3 weeks ago
  #5
Gear Nut
 

Is it possible you had an input effect running on your interface? If not, the other question is have you set up a mono bus in: Studio>Audio Connections>Inputs?

Without a mono bus it is possible Cubase may be recording the wav from dual-mono input, as in expecting there to be a left and right XLR input source.
Old 3 weeks ago
  #6
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Ad an (new) stereo track, drag your audio to it and drag your plugin to it and all wil work perfectly.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BT64 View Post
A stereo plugin on a mono track will proces only the left channel unless you route it different.
Try routing the mono track to an stereo bus and put the analyzer on that.
^
What he/she said!
Old 3 weeks ago
  #8
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BT64 View Post
A stereo plugin on a mono track will proces only the left channel unless you route it different.
Try routing the mono track to an stereo bus and put the analyzer on that.

Thank you for the response, however I don't think this is quite right. I use the same plugin on other mono sources (kicks, snares, etc.) and it doesn't have this issue. If what you are saying was true, then I would have had the same issue with other mono files as well.
Old 3 weeks ago
  #9
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Originally Posted by Scragend View Post
^
What he/she said!
This can't be correct,

I use the same stereo plugin on other mono sources (kick, snare etc.) and they never have this problem
Old 3 weeks ago
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BT64 View Post
Ad an (new) stereo track, drag your audio to it and drag your plugin to it and all wil work perfectly.
why doesn't this issue happen with other mono files that are on a mono track?
Old 3 weeks ago
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Quote:
Originally Posted by producerxtr View Post
I use the same plugin on other mono sources (kicks, snares, etc.) and it doesn't have this issue.
Are they on mono tracks or mono sources (events) on stereo tracks?
How many cirkels next to the "e"?
One (like the picture of your first post) or two (like a 8 laying down)?
Just give #6 a try.
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