Chord track: Minor7 Add b9 uses wrong note in piano and guitar voicings

I just make a Em7b9 but cubase give me an F#
Hope it will fix soon =,=

I’m not sure what you mean. Em7b9

Here is what I see:


I got F# ; w ;

I would rule out corrput prefs before doing anything else.

What do you see if you open that project starting in Cubase Safe Mode with disabled preferences?


just a normal one

What? Disable preferences. Please translate my posts to your language if necessary.

Ok, let me try it first


still same

Could you share that cpr file with me?

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Looks like you found a bit of a bug there.

You can observe in the info line that Cubase displays that it’s a Major chord, even though the 3rd is still minor…

The error is present in the piano and guitar voicings, but not in the so-called basic voicing (for which Generic might be a better describer. )
So, that’s the workaround.

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normally I use chord track just a memo
But for a beginner who doesn’t know music theory it’s a tragic…
Hope official fix it up soon.

Yeah, be careful about that. You know enough to know its wrong, so you’re not a total beginner.

Until this bug gets fixed I will blame Steinberg for all the bad music I hear on the radio :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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I always thought it was just human guitarists and pianists that never play what they’re told to play, but it seems that the problem is deeper than that…

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Tragic is a bit strong!

More important, I can blame Cubase for all the bad music I make with it…

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