I only just recently realized that the score editor existed (new to Cubase) and have a few questions on how to use it more effectively.
All of the tutorial videos I have looked up have shown people changing a pitch by clicking and dragging. Is there any way to set things up so I can move a note up or down in pitch via the arrow keys like in Sibelius? Currently, when I press the arrow keys, it changes which staff I have highlighted. I AM able to do shift+arrow key to change the note’s octave, though.
Besides shrinking the main window, is there a way to keep the score editor open whilst being able to see the piano roll/key editor? Right now, if I open the score editor and mess around in there, I can see the changes on the piano roll which is nice, but I’d also like to be able to do the opposite, move the events in the key editor and see that change in the score. Currently, if I click anywhere on the key editor, the score editor gets hidden from me.
And if anyone has any tips they wish they’d known earlier in regards to the Score Editor, please let me know! My teachers are suggesting I use it more since I have a more classical background so seeing things on a staff makes them much clearer to me than the piano roll which is relatively new to me.
Thank you for your time and assistance,