So for a LONG time, Cubase has been complete garbage at tempo changes where the CPU will spike, Audio will drop out, missing midi, etc. It’s getting ridiculous (in my humble opinion of course) and obviously Steinberg should be able to fix something as simple as having a computer not freak out when someone decides to use different tempos in their sequence.
That said, I’m just trying re-record something into Cubase but the end of the phrase happens right where I’ve got a tempo change. Normally (in 6.5 and 7) I would just have heard a pop/click thing where the CPU spiked. That workaround was simple enough-just go into the audio file and remove the pop, do a little crossfade, and then I was back in business.
In C8 however, I’m getting a message: “Recording Error: Audio drop out detected” It just stops my record right then and there and basically just gives me a giant middle finger. I’m sure someone much smarter than I has found a workaround and I’m just curious as to what it is!! Is it like exporting an audio mixdown? Or the new Bounce in Place function? I usually just record via a little loop I’ve created from Cubase --> PT --> back into Cubase (just for simple quick audio bounces) but I don’t think I will be successful with this during a tempo change.
Any help would be sincerely appreciated!! Thanks all!