I guess I’m not clear on what you’re saying. What do you mean by “At the drop”?
"Drop in is the point when you drop into recording from playback mode.
Also, are you saying that if I disable the input monitoring then I should be able to hear the original recording while recording over the existing track?
Usually you can´t record the input, if the input monitor is not switched on. so no that´s not what I´m saying
Again, I’m trying to accomplish this by using 1 track but it sounds like that’s not possible. Please confirm
As said already you can´t accomplish it by using 1 track, Cubase will only plaback one audio “file / signal” on one track at a time. That is either the already recorded file, or the one you are recording at the moment.
Thanks for clearing that up . A couple more questions and I’ll leave you alone. Since I can’t record on the same track, I will create a “duplicate” track and record on that track. When done, I will merge the audio data with the original track and then delete the track I created to clean up the clutter. Would this be your recommended approach? If not, what would you do? It is apparent that you’re a Cubase GURU! Thanks so much for your continued help!