Multitrack Free Warp

I am glad that somebody suggested this!

We really, really, urgently need this, along with a batch freeze option. Please!

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Please program this and don’t do Cubase 11 for it ^^ free update PLEASE.

Still I am waiting…:rage:
I am already accustomed to record via Logic and StudioOne.
First one is really stable and second is really evolving quickly.
As an old Steinberg user I regret to “be forced” to new shores but times are changing…
Steinberg can see the relevance looking on views and reply statistics but there is not the slightest comment…
Version by version is pushed out but no change…
Next version I will not more purchase without checking THIS feature.
I don’t need other extra features, I just need THIS killing feature!
Come on Steinis, would you expect to sell a text program in 2019 that has not the feature of FIND and REPLACE over entire text?
To stop the emigration of more cubase user a little announcement could help…
If you become accustomed with one feature of another program you become quick accustomed with a bunch of other functionalities and the way back is a way of low probability.

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Hello all.

I have a question for Steinberg. What is the point in having the audio warp option in the multitrack quantize panel if the audio your warping doesn’t stay phase coherent? Its useless no?

It’s all about work flow. Less clicking and scrolling. Instead of being able to add pictures to a track I think it would be in their best interest to finally implement Phase Coherent Multitrack Free Warping! Come on Steinberg!

Any thought people? Lets keep this one going! :exclamation:

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Multitrack warp works fluently with auto drums quantize panel, so algo is there, where is the problem???
Why still not possible to warp manually two tracks in sync??

+1. Most every major DAW can free warp multiple tacks. They’ve had this bread-and-butter feature for years.

Working in my studio, clients often ask why we can’t free warp like they can with their own DAWs at home (Pro Tools, etc). It’s awkward, to say the least. I suspect I’ve lost at least a couple follow-up jobs because of this perplexing omission in Cubase’s otherwise excellent feature set.

Frankly, multitrack free warp is almost a “classic” function of a DAW at this point. It long ago stopped being sexy or trendy; it’s just something people use DAWs for these days. Users/clients have a right to expect it, and are surprised when I say I can’t do it (“Are you sure it’s not in there? Can you check again?”).

This needs to be remedied. It’s like we’re missing a screwdriver.

(Respectfully submitted. I love most of what Cubase offers.)

10.5 is out and I didn’t read anything about multitrack free warp…
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That will be 11

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Yes, please.

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Same thread, two years on and still no news on this. Dear Steinberg, if you don’t intend doing something about this long-standing feature request, please make that fact known to the user community. If however, you have a plan, then please do make that known to us, so we can relax and wait. Thankyou.

Yup I am not seeing this ability in 10.2.20 yet either? You should be able to at least copy the data from one channel to another somehow right?
Is there something we are all missing? Audio Alignment Panel? Merge to Multi Channel?
This seems maybe getting close. Typically it’s a Cubase doc ref I found
https://steinberg.help/cubase_pro_artist/v9/en/cubase_nuendo/topics/quantizing_midi_audio/quantizing_multiple_audio_tracks_audiowarp_quantizing_t.html
but it’s the same in Nuendo 10.
Anyway in a quick test that seems to be broken and not working as you might expect either.

Audio Alignment Panel says you must bounce the reference first. Alas that doesn’t seem to really work either, but kind of depending on if they are top and bottom mics in my example. So that might kind of work in some situations? Not ideal with that bounce needed.

I tried to copy the aligned one back into a pre-bounced project save and it was kind of an average? I bounced that and it pasted okay. So that’s another half baked lame attempt to figure out “What were they thinking?!”.

It’s times like this you think I will use another program to do that and re-import them but that’s super lame too.

This inability to react in a timely fashion is screaming “Open Source” to me.
That’s when I start thinking if only there was a code plugin system? Then maybe one could have a free open source way to make fixes to ‘their’ program by having other tools to replace these failing components or something. Alas it’s a desperate thought that would have it’s own set of problems.

I’ll keep wasting time thinking I am the fool but I think you know who has dropped the ball here. It seems like it should be a super simple thing to fix. Add data copy & paste to channels, Replace audio (editable copy/duplicate channel and then replace audio it’s done in video editors that way), fix the Group Edit functionality to work on both the same as it seems they intended. [I am thinking to file that last Group Edit notion as a bug, and then maybe that approach will be an easier pill for the developers to swallow.]

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