When I record an audio event and switch over to musical mode the start position of the event changes.
To reproduce the problem:
- Create a new project and set the project bar offset to 2.
- Create an audio track.
- Set the locator to the first bar (-1) and record a few bars.
- Make sure you have the “info line” visable in the project window and select the audio event you just recorded.
- Open up the audio pool and select the “musical mode” checkbox for your audio event. Now the event has changed starting position for me. (The start value has increased.)
- If I go back and forth between checking and unchecking the “music mode” the audio event moves for each click.
The problem is more obvious if you:
- After completing step 3 above you right click the audio track and select “Duplicate Track”.
- Right click the audio event on the new track and select “Functions”->“Convert to real copy”.
- Open up the audio pool and check the “music mode” checkbox on the copied event. This moves the copied audio event about 20 to 40 bars for me.
- Happens with both mono and stero tracks in both 16bit/44 and 24bit/48 projects.
- It doesn’t happen if record and the audio event gets an “event snap point”. (However staring at bar -1 I don’t seem to be able to get a snap point in my audio event.
- It doesn’t happen if I import an audio file, I have to record a new audio event.
- Happens in both 32 and 64 bit Cubase.
- Happens when the project tempo is fixed as well when using a tempo track.
- At first I though I had to have a bar offset larger then 0 but I’ve had this happen with the offset set to 0 as well.
Edit: I renamed the post to a better name.