I’m new to Cubase, coming from DP, and I am setting up a template and learning Cubase as fast as possible! So far, I love it! I’ve been scanning these forums and the Operation Manual to answer most of my questions, so forgive me if this is somewhere in the forum, I just couldn’t find it.
So, the Key Editor.
Is there a way to choose a track that you want to work on via the Key Editor. As in, say i’m working on a Piano track in the Key Editor, then I want to switch to a bass Midi track. Is there a way that I can ‘swap’ out the window while still in the Key Editor? Or do I really have to close it, find the Bass midi track, and open it from there?
Is there a way to view multiple midi tracks in one Key Editor? I did this a lot in DP to compare midi tracks and line things up, figure out chords, etc.
I just found the “In-Place” Editor, and that seems like a better solution in terms of quickly editing midi. Is there anything that the Key Editor has that the In-place Editor can’t do? Is it just a viewing preference?
Thank you all! Sorry if these are dumb questions, but It would really help wrap my head around Cubase workflow ideas.