On the old forum, I posted an issue with record stopping when touching anything on the screen.
Dirx suggested a Record Lock -
PostPosted: Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:54 am Post subject: Reply with quote
There is something like “record lock”!
It is not assigned by default, but you can assign a key command to it, and a different to unlock.
If you press space when locked, a dialogue opens whether you really want to stop recording!
Hope this helps…
I have gone through the manual and the key commands structure and do not find anything applicable.
Audio Cave suggested Audio Pre Record settings which I am unable to find as well.
PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2010 3:28 am Post subject: Reply with quote
Not sure why selecting a track would take it out of record… anyway…
One potential solution is “Audio Pre Record Settings” which keeps recording even if you temporarily punch out. I use it to “release” parts for editing during recording sometimes. You can toggle record (test it for yourself) in the middle of a phrase and still roll the region back to fill in the recording. So unless you punch out for more than one minute, you won’t miss anything.
This feature allows you to capture up to 1 minute of any incoming audio you play in Stop mode or during playback, “after the fact”. This is possible because Cubase can capture audio input in buffer memory, even when not recording.
I really need something, because touching the screen during recording causing a stop to recording is a terribly stupid default!!