I’m running into an issue with the Tempo Track configuration in Cubase 11 Pro.
I’m sure there is some sort of workaround for it, but I don’t know how to tackle it.
Here’s what I want to achieve:
I’m working on scoring a scene from a movie, and I figured out most of the tempo-track. (Hitting a couple of cuts, and in general getting the tempi right for the different cues.)
Now, I wanted the start of this scene to begin at 55 BPM when I programmed the tempo mapping, but now I realise that it would be better, musically, to have it as 110 BPM.
Here’s what the tempo track along the scene looks like:
When I simply change the points in bar 1(.1.1) and 9(.1.1) to 110 BPM, obviously everything shifts because there are too few bars, but when I shift everything over 8 bars it doesn’t allign.
I reckon it’s because of the accellerando from 9.1.1 to 11.1.1 but would there be any way to fix this in Cubase. I could figure out the math by hand, but it seems like quite a tedious fix for something this simple.
Is there a function or logical solution I’m missing, or a decent workaround for this issue?
(I might note that this will be performed with clicktrack and recorded, so ‘faking it’ is not an option. The click has to be able to allign with the score and tempo map to be imported into ProTools so all the bar numbers are sync during the recording.)
Thanks very much in advance!