Having what I guess is a pretty basic problem.
Cubase 8.5 Artist. Steinberg UR242 interface.
i7 Chip. Lots of RAM. Solid state hard drive.
I am recording the guitar tracks to a song to a click track (the built in metronome). Part way through the recording, I made a mistake, and as there is a slight gap in the chords at one point, I cut the recording at this point, deleted the recording after the cut point and set the cursor at this point to continue recording the track (I’m actually recording three tracks at the same time, but I guess this won’t affect the issue I’m having).
So far so good
However, when I press the record button, the cursor jumps to the left so that the new record point is now in the wrong position - being a second or so earlier than I actually placed it.
If I put the cursor further along, just to see what happens, the cursor jumps back upon pressing record, but to a seemingly random place earlier to where I placed it - ie seems NOT to jump back the same distance to when it was placed in the correct position to recommence recording.
I tried this on a completely new blank file.
Same thing !
In Transport menu, Use Pre Roll is not ticked.
I have tried the Transport/Common Record Modes/Start Recording at Cursor, but the cursor still jumps back.
Tried with snap on and snap off, and also with snap to zero crossing. No difference !!
Both range markers are at the very beginning (so it presumably isn’t anything to do with these).
I’ve looked at the place the cursor jumps to with a large zoomed in scale. It sometimes jumps to between bar marker points. Seems completely random where it lands.
I hope someone will be able to tell me where I’m going wrong.