Anyone work out what’s going on here? I ended up editing the notes to be perfectly one bar long and legato to ensure no overlapping notes occured, and it still won’t detect the F chord(?) - Maybe the chord track is a bit bugged in C12.0.30?
Odd. When I add a C Major Scale Event the blue Notes above turn Green - properly indicating they are in both the Scale and the Chord. But the red C Notes turn light blue - indicating they are in the Scale (correct) but not the Chord (incorrect). This is on 12.0.30.
Can confirm. This is really super weird. I’ve tried different combinations to find out if there is some systematic problem. The problem seems to be the Dm/C followed by the F… Cubase does not like that combination. If I change anything in either those two chords, the detection works (e.g. change F to Fm, Dm/C to D/C). If I reverse the chords (F → Dm/C), it works.
What does not work is iim/I → IV (how do you notate slash chords in roman numeral notation??) in any key.
This is pretty f**d up…