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Re: remove event snap point ?

I created a quick macro (and shortcut key) which moves the snap point to the start of the selected clip. It moves the play cursor to the left of the selection then moves the snap point to the play position. Saves opening the clip and dragging. Might help.

Mike.
by GargoyleStudio
Thu Jan 02, 2014 12:54 am
 
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Re: Scrub MIDI in Key Editor?

Hi,

If you are on PC, hold down CTRL key while clicking 1 of the chord notes.
If you are on Mac, use the CMD key.

Hope this helped !

Robbie
by vanhaze3000
Sat Feb 01, 2014 2:35 pm
 
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Re: cubase 7.5 - Some MIDI Controllers are getting filtered

OK. Problem IS solved.

What is happening, is that Quick Control is enabled by default. And CCs I've mentioned are listed in in Quick Controls MIDI.xml file. So, one could either remove these lines from XML or disable quick controls altogether.
by sasha1961
Mon Dec 23, 2013 7:20 pm
 
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Re: Editing CC in selected notes only

Wait a second, am I understanding this wrong?

Altostratus wants to edit velocity of selected notes, using the pencil tool.

Here, holding down shift will constrain the edit to selected notes.

With the line tool (except for paint brush) there's no need to hold down shift.

Or I have missed the point?
by SteveInChicago
Tue Apr 08, 2014 9:28 pm
 
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Activating Single Line Drum Staff

Under Score Editor...Staff Settings...Staff...Options...Score Drum Map, the checkbox for "Single Line Drum Staff" is grayed out until a drum map is attached to the track.
This seems incorrect since I don't use drum maps, and I can work around this by temporarily attaching a generic drum map, checking the box, then removing the drum map.
by johncmurphy
Wed Dec 03, 2014 9:01 pm
 
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Re: Averaging a Tempo Map??

Vic - Thank you.
You are one of those people - and there are a few here - who, when somebody has a complicated issue, takes the time to jump in and offer a detailed solution.
And you seem to have an extremely in depth understanding of Cubase.
Wonderful.

And . . .your solution worked.

But I kept thinking there must be some way to do it automatically with "Process Tempo".

I used your method and recorded the results and then backed up and wasted a lot of time.

With the inspiration from your approach I ended up with this:

1. Made sure all Tracks were in Linear mode.
2. Set the ruler to seconds and noted the duration from the first to the last Tempo node. Also noted the total number of Beats (this was 4/4 with 2 measures of 5/4 which I deleted cause I didn't want to deal with that).
3. Set the Marker Track to Linear and dropped a marker at the start and end of this section - just thought I might need them - maybe to reset the Locators.
4. Set the Locators to the Start and End points, also.
5. Deleted all the Tempo Nodes except for the first and last.
6. Opened Process Tempo. At this point the process range already showed the correct number of beats - so I simply set the "New Range" for the correct time duration and processed.

It worked. And material following was still in time.

I'm not 100% percent clear on the method - but I think it will work in most situations with some variation as to "Process Range" and "New Range" Settings.

Thanks Again for your help!

Hugh
by HughH
Sun Jan 04, 2015 1:03 am
 
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