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A few versions back, Steinberg introduced an Automation Panel for Cubase to bring together the burgeoning set of tools into a single location. You can invoke it by pressing F6, selecting it from the Project menu or clicking on the toolbar automation section. Click on the gear icon on this window to reveal the global automation settings. Here you can set up various behaviours like whether Cubase should keep writing data after control release, whether parameters are displayed on write, the return time and reduction level of automation data and so on.
Author : Hollin Jones