I’ve just created a video of my playing around with the Metronome here (i had to record the audio with my iPhone and a pair of headphones, since I cannot do a screen-video capture of my process; Cubase tends to override use of a system recording):
It’s quite a lot of explain, so I figure making a video would show what’s happening in action. I’m showing the Metronome area and the Studio devices area. It’s around the 3:00 mark when the metronome starts to fade out.
I recently purchased an update/upgrade to Cubase 10 Pro (coming from 8.5 Pro) and ditched my Waveterminal 192X for a Steinberg UR242 last week. I’m still on Windows 7 Pro, but I’m planning to buy the Windows 10 Pro upgrade in the coming weeks.
Anyway, that’s pretty much what’s happening with the metronome. It is a challenge (and frustration) trying to compose a score when the metronome suddenly fades out.
I’ve usually created a “click track” by recording a hi-hat on all 4 beats and then duplicating it throughout the song, as creative measure, but it would be better if I could just use Cubase’s metronome. Plus even if I create my own recorded click track, the mysterious metronome fade out also comes with a slowing down of the song.
Anyway, hope this brings some clear insight into what’s happening on my end. Any help would be awesome.
Thanks so much!