You can’t export a MIDI file containing a tempo track and import it into a new Cubase project anymore? It used to work. If you open the MIDI file “from scratch” i.e. with no previously open project you get the tempo changes.
The problem is that Cubase has added a million extra nodes … and you don’t want to delete them by hand!!!
The real problem is you can’t get the Tempo Track out of one Cubase project and into the next with that method anymore? I just migrated a messy project by hand which was kinda quick after all but I’d rather do it the other way.
Create a project.
Create a Tempo Track and some Tempo changes.
Create a big mess in the rest of the project until all you can do is to migrate the whole project to a new one.
Create Track Archives and yada yada yada.
Export a MIDI File (which will include the tempo changes by design).
Create a new project.
Import the MIDI file.
Create a Tempotrack.
No tempo changes visible.
Tried to restart Cubase as well as rebooting the whole computer.
Tried 32/64 bit versions.
Stable installation, works like a dream otherwise.
Anybody care to reproduce on C6.5 and maybe also previous version, pretty please with sugar on top?
Quick and dirty repro:
- Add a MIDI Track with one Part with at least one MIDI note.
- Then a Tempo Track.
- Export to MIDI file.
- Import into a new project.
Tempo Track works?
I might be overlooking something … hopefully