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    I had an idea for a song so I quickly grabbed a drum beat and started to record my guitar and left it for a couple of days. I've gone back and worked on it but I can't for the life of me remember which beat I used. I'm using Cubase 8.5 and I was wondering if there was a easy way to find out the names of the beat that is being used? I just can't remember having this issue but that being said, it's the first time in many years I've had an idea and quickly recorded it on the fly.

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    Did you happen to add the sequence to the Track window? If you did, maybe a double-click on that
    will open the sequencer. If not, it's probably gone, unless AD auto stores recent projects somewhere.
    Failure - - the path of least persistence
    And, uh, oh - hire a decorator to come in here quick, 'cause... DAMN.

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    I just grabbed a beat from AD2 and dropped it into a fresh start on cubase. I'm sure the beat used to have a name on it but this just says the programs name and a number like 0.1. Because I've bought a lot of paks, it's going to be a hassle going through them.

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    Oh, ok.. so it's the name of the beat you're after, and now you have to browse through until you rediscover it - however long that will take.

    In a case like this, I would try to go through all the motions again, trusting my gut feeling to automatically repeat my original choices.
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    I was hoping you wasn't going to say that lol. Seems like a bit of a oversight by XLN Audio. I might drop them an email and see if they can update it. Thanks for the help.

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