New Cubase 8 user coming from Logic X!
I’m generally doing really well with Cubase, but have some questions that have been bogging me down for a couple days:
Is there a way to mute individual MIDI notes within the Key Editor?
In Logic, it’s easy to move around in a project by “,” and “.” (the less than/greater than symbols). They move the scroll bar/playhead (?) by one bar at a time. Anything similar in Cubase?
Using the Magic Mouse with Logic is a breeze; it’s easy to scroll the screen left/right, as well as zoom in/out in any direction. Moving the transport left/right in a project seems to be a little tricky. Are there any tips to get quicker with that? (other than clicking and scrolling from the bar at the bottom)
Is there a way to keep tracks in record-enable mode at all times? For my work flow it’s great to find a track, hit record, and lay down a take.
Logic has a “capture record” feature, where as long as the project is playing, every piece of MIDI data is captured. If you like what you did you can simply hit the button, and what was played will appear. It almost eliminates the need to use the record button when working with MIDI. Anything like this in Cubase?
Setting up a loop area seems to be a little tricky. I see that you can “draw” a loop area, but how can you delete that? Can you make the recording play from the scroll area with one click? Alt+p is useful, but it’s a little different.
Thank you in advance! Hopefully some of these answers will be useful for other Logic users as well!
P.s. please don’t feel like you have to answer all of these questions. Shedding light on any one of them would be extremely helpful.