This is my first ‘serious’ comping session.
I recorded, simultaneously, 10 tracks during the same session:
- 2 guitars (stereo from 2 amps + reamp track)
- physical synthesizers
- a global midi track
The different lanes created are all the same length for a lane of the same order, but the different lanes don’t have the same length because I manually stopped the recording before reaching the end of the loop zone.
The 3 guitar tracks are in the same folder, D1.
This guitars folder is with the other tracks, except the midi track, in a D2 folder, the midi track is isolated.
When I enable multiple editing by clicking ‘=’ in the D2 folder Cubase displays a warning: multiple editing may not work because not all tracks are in sync???
While all lanes of the same order are from the same session.
When I select a synth lane with the comping tool, the corresponding guitar lanes are not selected, but the same order lanes of the other synths in the D2 folder are selected ???
When I click on ‘=’ for the D1 folder, there is no warning and the selection of a lane of a guitar leads to the selection of the corresponding lane for the other guitar track. but not for synth lanes…
Why this ‘synchronization’ issue and how do I synchronously comp all my tracks.
A little disappointed…