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closed Zero crossing snap on audio.

+388 votes
asked Nov 17, 2015 in Completed Feature Requests by Phye (310 points)
closed May 23, 2019 by PreSonuSupt4
I would love studio one to add some features im so used to in Cubase.

Zero crossing snap on audio event when cutting.

Direct visual volume shaping on audio events. So you see the waveform change while editing volume automation or draw volume envelopes like in cubase directly on the event.

Direct render pitch and stretch algorithms for audio would be awesome  aswell
closed with the note: 4.5:  Zero crossing snap option

11 Answers

+2 votes
answered Jun 26, 2017 by AlexTinsley (911,830 points)
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+5 votes
answered Nov 17, 2015 by gadget69 (30,330 points)
Hi, I changed your headline to reflect that it is a feature request.

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+5 votes
answered Jan 11, 2016 by rillzheng (290 points)
I'm back you, man!  Even the media thought S1 should have the" snap to zero crossing" featrue!
+4 votes
answered Nov 15, 2016 by tedannemann (1,400 points)
This is an important one. It's always a bit frustrating to estimate where to cut. Especially for remix applications the average "fade" doesn't do the trick - if you don't get the start points right.
+6 votes
answered Nov 23, 2016 by Scoox (14,190 points)
+1 Thanks for this request, snap to zero-crossing is a very useful feature for serious audio editing.
+2 votes
answered Jul 11, 2017 by markfoster4 (180 points)
Just want to add my vote for adding zero crossing snap feature. Really important. I was very surprised to find out this feature was lacking in S1 after I had bought the product.

+2 votes
answered Feb 5, 2018 by neiljordan1 (17,510 points)
Agreed. Would love to see just a general 'Snap to Zero Crossing' option for the mouse tools in general!
+3 votes
answered Mar 10, 2018 by dwaynevalentine (4,260 points)
This is a MUST HAVE... I wish I could vote multiple times for it!
+2 votes
answered May 16, 2018 by tarsonis (3,180 points)
Yup. Kind of silly that its not there as former cubase employes build S1. Hope it gets "fixed"
+9 votes
answered Jun 1, 2018 by danoliverfinke (330 points)
Dear PreSonus Team,

since this request is one year old, I would like to revive it as a Studio One 4 feature request.

Let's assume I'm a sound designer who has to cut hundreds and thousands of samples from a long stream of recordings. I really, really don't want to zoom in to the maximum for a clean cut on the zero crossing. This simply costs too much time and fading is not a solution.

Obviously you already implemented some sort of zero crossing detection (sample snap to zero crossing) for the Sample One XT. Wouldn't it be possible to implement that for cutting audio in events?

I know there are a few DAWs out there which have that already for a long time, but I really would love to stay with you guys ;-)

Have a great weekend @all
0 votes
answered May 21, 2019 by neiljordan1 (17,510 points)

Looks like they've taken care of this in v4.5 :) (See under 'Arrangement and Editing').