I’m a lowly community choir leader and educator, not a professional singer nor adept at techie language, so please keep any reply in language suitable for a dummy!
I often need to make tutor tracks for my singers & students - I have the score open on one screen while I’m recording an audio track on the other screen. I have the world’s worst memory for lyrics, so the music often gets to the bottom of the page and I have no idea what word is coming next. Because it only ‘turns the page’ at the moment the cursor arrives at the bottom of the page, I frequently stumble, get the word wrong, and have to re-record a section. Is there a way I can tell Cubase to turn the page a second or two early? After all - in the real world - any experienced musician when reading music is always, always looking at least a few notes ahead, if not a few bars. A way to set this up would be invaluable for me. Thank you!
Sorry for the very untechie language. I’ve been using Cubase for about 25 years, and still have no idea how most of it works. Embarrassing, to say the least!