I have an issue regarding the tempo of a project:
I started working on a project by importing some audio files that I had recorded at a friend’s. The actual tempo of my project is 78, but I forgot to set the right tempo into cubase, so it still thinks that the actual tempo of my project is 108 (or whatever the default tempo was set to when I started the new project.)
I then carried on working on my project by adding some instrument tracks , still at 78, but with cubase still believing it was 108.
It was fine until I started working on the drum tracks. Now that I’m at this point, I could definitely use a grid to adjust my beats and make sure there’s nothing off tempo, but with cubase thinking my project is at 108, there’s obviously no way I can use any grid to build my drums map. I can’t use any grids, can’t use the click, can’t do anything actually.
Every time I try to set the tempo to 78, cubase simply slows everything down to what it thinks is 78.
So, my question is: is there any way I can change the tempo data of my project afterwards, so that the click and the grid can match the actual tempo of my project, without it affecting the speed of the project ?
Thanks for your help !