I have had this issue for awhile and can’t seem to figure it out through preferences. In fact I am not even sure if its possible to do what I am hoping can be resolved through a few checkmark clicks.
However, this is the issue. I often score my music through a notation software such as Finale 2011. However I like to edit it in Cubase for a general DAW. The problem is that when I save the file in Finale as a MIDI file and import it in cubase my tempo is lost, but the velocities are saved. Now I also exported it as a MUSIC xml document, things work great, tempo is saved, except I lose the velocities (at least when I look at hte key editor they are all defaulted.
Is there a reason why Cubase is not reading the midi file’s time signatures, and key signatures that was reserved in Finale 2011 but can reserve it in MUSIC XML.
I prefer to keep the overall “touch” of velocities that is found in the midi file. But it also means if i have intricate time signatures I got to do it all by hand. Anyone know of a quick and easy option?