so far the only audio editing i’ve been able to pull off in Shotcut has been limited to appending the desired audio file to an audio track…selecting the audio track then moving the playhead to the desired place on the timeline, (for example getting rid of and unwanted portion of silence in an audio track), and with the audio track still selected…either pressing s or clicking the split icon and removing the unwanted portion by right clicking and selecting, “remove”, from the sub menu. for the most part all of my audio editing is done in Audacity, and when i’m happy there, then i open the .mp3, (or .wav), in shotcut and go from there. i’m finding .mp3s are a little easier on the program, (unfortunately the audio quality isn’t as good with an .mp3), as .wavs are kinda big, (but the quality is GREAT).
i’ve never heard of Cubase… enlighten me…how would it compare to Audacity, (Audacity is actually a pretty burly audio editor…tons of features and just about all of them are relevant to even the casual user…no i’m not a sponsor…just a fan)?
by the way…my apologies for taking seventeen days to respond…but i’ve been editing video as it were c")