Hey all! I am brand new to Cubase, adding it alongside ProTools (as a long-time user, not a DAW or recording noob). I am desperately trying to figure out how @GregOndo manages to draw node-to-node diagonal (linear?) lines as he demonstrates while discussing the new (amazingly awesome!) pitch bend editing features in C11. It’s at about 3:30 in a video that I can’t apparently post since I am new to the forums?? It’s the " New MIDI Key Editor Features | Walkthrough of the New Features in Cubase 11" on the Cubase YouTube channel, from Nov 11, 2020.
I’ve tried the Line tool, along with taking off snap, etc. I always wind up with gobs of continuous node points instead just a simple point A to point B diagonal line. If I just use the pencil tool, it draws a straight vertical line up/down. I need the diagonal so I can then easily grab in the middle to get a nice curve going for the pitch bend (just like he does in the video). I’ve done some Web scouring, but no luck. I’m sure I’m missing something easy-- any assist would be greatly appreciated-- tyvm!!