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Re: Nektar Panorma Control Surface (Any Users) ?

not quite perfect with the 7.5 update though, i've had some issues getting the surface to show the correct track name. *just saw that there is an update for nektar released on christmas?* ill try that

You´re not referring to the known issue that if you hide tracks in the main Mixer, the Panoramas get confused, are you? (If you were, Nektar suggests leaving the main mixer unchanged, and to confine any track view modifications to MixConsole 2 or 3.)

Another "known" issue is that no two tracks should have the same name. This also confuses the Panoramas.
by pumafred
Mon Dec 30, 2013 10:18 pm
 
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Re: is there any midi fx or function which allows doing stru

Unfortunately, Cubase does not have this feature ready-made (it has been requested several times in this Forum).
http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=394489

One option would be to study a way to do it with the Logical Editor.

Another, would be to try the free plugin MidiStrum, which I have not tried (yet):
http://www.thepiz.org/plugins/?p=pizmidi
by pumafred
Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:17 pm
 
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Re: Cubase 8.0.30

So far the posts here mostly fall into 2 categories. 1) It caused a problem ranging from mild to severe. 2) The update went smooth an caused no problems.

But what benefits, if any, have folks seen from the upgrade? If I've got a stable 8.0.20 system is there any compelling reason to perform the upgrade?

Only the most important bug fix in Cubase history.

A fix is only important if you have the bug.

And you're gonna make us guess what you are referring to. :?:
In an earlier post Mike3345 reported that he tested as fixed in this update the following that had many of us going crazy: [BON-12234]Cubase 8 has bad midi jitter
I have not had chance to test this yet, but I hope he is right!
by pumafred
Sun Sep 13, 2015 10:37 pm
 
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Re: Recording MIDI = everything is in advance

alexis wrote:
NYFC wrote:
alexis wrote:Do I just need to increase the buffer size to notice this "early printed MIDI" effect?

I think you'll notice it WHATEVER you do, because it is unavoidable. Let us know if you try the suggested test.
by pumafred
Wed Jan 06, 2016 4:58 pm
 
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Re: Split midi notes in half (without the grid)


Yes, but that merely halves the lengths (which is why I asked in the first place).. you lose the 2nd half completely. ("Divide" here means divide the length mathematically, not "divide into two parts").
Couldn't he divide the LENGTH and then copy-paste and shift all the duplicate notes to the right?
by pumafred
Thu May 26, 2016 8:37 pm
 
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