Some Questions about the relation of Dorico and Cubase:
- Is Midi-Controler-Channel editing possible in Dorico as we know it from Cubase, and how does it compare to cubase?
- Is timecurve editing possible in Dorico and how does it compare to Cubase.
- If I understood right, than Dorico is able to use Expressionmaps. Presumably it would assing the Articulationinformation (as far there is some) from a Score to a certain midievent. But… if there is no explicit Articulationinformation in the score, or I would like to use in my render another Articulationtype than the one written in the score: Is it possible to assign Articulations manually to a certain midievent even if this is not “notated” in the score ?
(I know this might sound strange from the point of view of a Notationprogramm-user, but it seems to me not that unrealistic for those who works with good Orchestra-Samplelibraries, who on one hand not always will use Legato or staccato patches for Notes notated as Staccato or legato and on the other hand often do have much more variety of available legato-patches or staccato patches than you can “notate”.)
As another interesting Example:
The samplelibraries offer whole tone and half tone trills. As far I know in notationprograms there are no different articulationsigns for “whole tone-” or “half-tone-trills”. What is needed usually depends on the tonality only if a trill explicitly should differ from the tonality it would be notated (but still in relation to the tonality) How would Dorico react on notated trills?
Would I still need Cubase to seriously produce recordings with highend samplelibraries on large scores-projects when Dorico is available?
Or is there in respect to render midi-data with samplelibraries or VST-Plugins anything Cubase is able to do, what Dorico is not able to (and if so why?)
And if so are there any ways to connect the functionality of Cubase and Dorico wich goes beyond the ability of xml import and export?
Why are there no crossgrade-Pricings for Cubaseusers ? Since many if not most of the things Cubase do (when it comes to render mididata) seem to me in future also possible with Dorico (which would be a great step forward for me )