I have just upgraded from Cubase Studio 5 to Artist 9 and there are some changes that are not obvious to me and so far I haven’t found the answers in the manuals. I hope someone here can help.
- I have an Audio Event that consists of several takes (this is a project imported from Studio 5). 1 track is “active” and is the one playing. The other tracks aren’t muted, but cannot be “activated”. Only if I delete Take 3 will Take 2 be activated. In Studio 5 all takes can be muted and are all active takes, but the topmost lane will always be active. Normally I would create a part by combining bits and pieces from several takes, but this approach doesn’t work in Artist 9. This seems to be a severe limitations, so I guess I am missing something.
- In Studio 5 I can have two overlapping audio parts and if the two parts overlap part A will still play until the audio of Part B actually starts. As seen in the screenshot audio part B start a few bars before the audio starts - this normally happens to be able to snap to the grid. In Cubase 9 part A is muted as soon part B start - even though no audio is playing. How do I get Cubase to ignore the space before the audio starts?