I am having a few issues with Cubase 10. I am hoping you can steer me in the right direction.
When I add a new track at the start of a project (so the track occupies lane 1), for some reason it is not recognising the length of the midi notes on playback and is cutting them short, causing the track to sound more staccato like. This happens regardless of the vst plugin I use. Yet when I export the audio in a mix down, the issue of short notes is not there. How can this be fixed? It does not happen to the same plugins when I use them in Ableton, which means it is a Cubase 10 issue. When I leave track one blank, and write into track 2 or greater, this issue does not occur.
When I import midi into Cubase 10 it does not recognise large gaps of silence, so it segments the midi import, this means I cannot drag the midi important to bar 1. See the attached example
It should start at bar 9 and 25 respectively. Why does it do this? I need it to start at bar 1 and have silence to the first notes at bar 9 then silence to the notes at bar 25. i.e one continuous mid segment. See attachment
for how it is importing the midi track and attachment 4 for how it should import the midi track.
It wont let me turn off record enable on track one, when I only want to use record enable on say track 2. This means when I record on track 2, it keeps doubling on track 1. Same when I use a motorised fader.[attachment=0]Cubase 10 midi import goal.JPG