I have searched the Forum to an answer for this, but I don’t see anything. I am, therefore, starting this post and hope that I’m not duplicating another post.
Speaking of duplication. I have an odd situation and was wondering if any of you might have the same issue.
I will explain by way of an example.
Let’s say that I play one simple measure of four quarter notes: C, D, E, and F. If I go into piano roll and, let’s say, try to move the F to a G, what I am finding now is that there are two entries, i.e., if I grab what I believe to be F and try to move it to G, I now have the G … and an F. It seems that there are two entries. I have to delete the F that remained. This really slows down my work.
The same problem is with score editor, but frankly, I am more concerned with piano roll. Nevertheless, if I open score editor, I will see 2 C’s, 2 D’s, 2 E’s, and 2 F’s.
Is anyone else experiencing, what I will call, duplication of entry? Have you found a fix for the problem? Note that I recently installed Cubase 6, but I had the same problem in Cubase 5, though it only seemed to appear when I moved from a Windows XP DAW to a Windows 7 DAW (which, by the way, is when Groove Agent stopped working … another issue for another time). I did not experience this on the XP DAW.
Thank you for reading my post, and I hope to hear from someone.