I love Cubase. I just really want to be able to skip Ableton entirely and just focus on producing inside of Cubase.
I just moved from Ableton to Cubase.
I want to be able to get an audio file, set a loop, lets say 1 bar, and just loop it so it’s looped perfectly to the FIXED tempo that I have set in my project inside of Cubase. Lets say 130bpm.
In Ableton this is very easy to “search” through the sample by just moving the same looplocators.
My questions are:
- How do I get a track in tempo if it’s lets say 120bpm and I want it to be 130bpm (I want it to be a FIXED tempo, I don’t want it to be changing from 130bpm to 129.87bpm to make the loop fit the project, do you get what I mean? I know about the tempo detection thing, that’s not what I’m after. I wish to make the tempo of the imported sample to fit the project tempo which is set to FIXED 130bpm). How do I do this? I notice when I just turn on elastique audio in musical mode, it is set to my fixed tempo but it still doesn’t go after the beat (it’s not played on the 1 and it doesn’t adapt tightly to the fixed tempo of my project), this is really easy doing in Ableton by using warpmode. But I’d wish to do this inside of Cubase aswell.
I’ve been trying to do this, watched a few tutorials aswell, I don’t get it. Is there any way for me to make it quick and easy? I don’t want to HAVE TO click in every single little beat (where the kick hits at for example), is there any way for me to adapt the rest of the song from 1 warpmarker or so? I’m trying this on a 4/4 housetrack and I’m not getting it to click in time, lol. Am I stupid or something?
- Can I make a loop INSIDE of the sampler window of a track that I’ve imported, and just move the loop around, like in Ableton? I’m not finding any smooth way to just move the exact looplocators to another place, but still remaining the same time that is looped, like this in Ableton:
What is not shown in the video here is that in Ableton the start and the endpoints follow the loopbracers aswell, so it’s like moving a whole block just further and that way I can easily find and scan good spots within a sample that I like.
How do I do this in cubase 6.5?
Is there any command for moving the loopbracers (the same amount of time that I’ve already got looped, just further, lets say by division, beats or bars?)
Anyone got any tips or tricks or videos on how to make glitches inside of cubase 6.5? I’m used to do this in Ableton by using the Follow actions and then bounce down and pick parts from that.
Answers would be SO much appreciated!
Thank you very much. I’m very new to Cubase, and I’m loving it, apart from these things right here!