Sir Dancelot wrote:I always thought this was a hardware/software issue as you mentioned and learned to live with it.
as typical MIDI interfaces such as USB are often not very good for even basic tasks, hence my using such things as Parallel port based MIDI interfaces and PCI.
Como Baila wrote:If the timing is good, the most satisfactory 'work around' is probably just to turn off 'snap' and nudge the track to sync. That will also keep all your controller data synced to your notes. Not elegant, I admit ... but it sure works.
Conman wrote:And they don't visit this forum.
Sir Dancelot wrote:So as I understand is that this problem has to do with Softsynths? Not hardware midisound generators etc?
That explains a lot. 15 years ago I made miditracks in digital orchestra pro on a computer and a roland Soundcanvas.
That system didn't had that problem
EdCubasero wrote:If someone got to something better than that please tell us here.
cubasepadawan wrote:EdCubasero wrote:If someone got to something better than that please tell us here.
Don't use midi equipment that doesn't come with a proper (non class-level) driver.
Sir Dancelot wrote:Better midi drivers will not let the midinotes appear where they should be.
When recording on a VST instrument's track, Cubase
should move the timing of notes forward - equal amount of ms as is the
current output latency. This to give the player and the recorded take justice.
EdCubasero wrote:The same controller recorded notes prefectly in time on other DAWs on the same computer.
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