Double/ half tempo midi clip

just switched from Cubase 5 to Cubase 7,5 and could not find a way to do few things that I’ve been used to do.

Can’t find a way how to stretch midi clip, making it faster or slower? ( double or half tempo )

also trying to figure how to bounce midi clips from multitimbral instrument to audio?

Thanks in advance for your answer

As far as I know there is no easy way except to mixdown your midi track to audio then reimporting the audio.

Maybe you should use time stretching on midi clip ? Press “1” key twice, then drag clip.

yes, time stretch tool just like for audio. in addition to that, you can also program logical editor scripts, so you can have a keycommand for ‘double speed’ or ‘half speed’ in midi.

Thanks, will try that. :slight_smile:
In Cubase 5 we had various scripts for midi. I miss that…

also I found on cubase blog how to make a “bounce midi to audio” script, I thought this would be easier as many other sequencers have this function just a click away. ( Studio One and Magix Samp X, Ableton Live)

I have the preset option within the logical editor (under Standard Set 1 presets) for doubling or halving tempos of midi parts… it’s always been there through all versions as far as I know.

Somehow I don’t have logical presets, it is greyed out. :frowning:

I wonder if you are doing the same procedure as me?

Select a midi part. Right click and choose ‘Midi/Logical Editor’ from the drop-down, to bring up the logical editor window. Then left click on the preset loader panel at the top left.

This gives me the menu options as shown.
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Thanks, but my preset loader is empty. There is no pre-saved presets inside.

Looks like I should write to technical support.

Thanks anyway.

Thanks dickiedrummer it was helpful in my case :slight_smile:
Cheers to all