I anyone else having this issue? I draw midi notes related to a pattern in Groove Agent, but Cubase doesn’t trigger the patterns correctly. This happens whether I put the midi data into a separate midi track, or in the Groove Agent track. Very frustrating. I even tried following a Steinberg video about doing this, but the results in the tutorial and in my recreation do not match. Groove Agent doesn’t trigger patterns correctly, plus they play outside of the midi note areas.
Did the Cubase 12 upgrade break Groove Agent?
The behavior is weird and seemingly random. Sometimes it will play two patterns in alternation, even though they are not drawn that way in midi. Currently, I have two different notes that should trigger an intro and then a main pattern, but they trigger the same pattern. Plus the pattern continues to play outside of where it is drawn. I’ve started over several times, creating new files with Groove Agent, and the problem persists.
I’ve literally spent HOURS trying to figure this out–looking at online tutorials and even contacting Steinberg support, but they have been no help. I like the promise of Groove Agent – if only it worked as advertised! I’m on the verge of giving up on GA, and I even foolishly forked over the money for the non SE version.