Using the Score Editor in Cubase 9 on PC.
I’m working on a passage that mixes a lot of triplets and straight notes. It’s infuriating when editing because if I have to change/drag the pitch (vertical) of an existing note I first have to make sure the Quantize Preset is appropriate for that note (eg 1/4 Triplet). When the notes I am changing the pitch of are straight one moment, and triplets the next it’s easy to forget to do this, so often it creates a real mess of notes, which I then have to delete, then go and change the Quantize Preset. Then moments later I’ll have to remember to change it again.
Is there a way to ‘lock the drag’ to vertical? So that even if I have a Quantize Preset innappropriate to the note I’m moving, it won’t matter as I wont be altering the time position of the note, only the pitch.
Does this make sense?
I read somewhere that Ctrl is meant to do this - But it doesn’t! If I try to drag the pitch of, say, the middle note of a triplet, and the Q Preset is 1/16 then whether I’m holding down Ctrl or not, a mess of notes appears as it immediately tries to align things to a Triplet quantize setting.
I don’t know if I’ve described this very clearly! Does anyone get what I mean?
Any help would be very welcome.
By the way I already have the Constrain Movement thingy checked in Preferences.