same here. Quick rant: The whole Tempo/Metronome/Time Warp/Grid complex in Cubase is a little convoluted and hard to grasp. I can do okay, but most of the time it’s frustrating following the manual to the letter and still have tracks drift all over the place. Rant over.
Case in point: As the OP indicated, I too have a live rehearsal session that I recorded for eval purposes. A singer audio track, two mono tracks from a stereo guitar processor and a MIDI drum track.
What I’d really like to do is to tap out the tempo so that I can later correct the drums a little and so on and so forth.
I did follow the instructions, a time based MIDI track was created, merged, and lo and behold: The MIDI drum track that stayed untouched all the time changes tempo and is totally out of sync with the audio.
What’s worse: The resulting tempo track shows, you know, a nice fluctuating tempo, give or take a few bpms, but the resulting grid doesn’t even line up with the tapped MIDI notes. Why?
Could somebody please post a rock-solid, proven procedure to merge tempo from tapping applied to mixed audio/MIDI tracks?