I recently upgraded to Cubase 6, and although I cant remember ever doing this in Cubase 5, or for that matter, 4… as Ive hardly used any of them properly - I’m sure this must be possible.
I think what I’m after is known as Ripple Editing in Reaper? (a friend told me this, I’ve never used Reaper).
What happened was, I recorded myself playing a piano piece into an instrument track, via Midi. I made a few mistakes along the way, wrong notes, too-long pauses etc. but carried on playing, thinking I could easily edit them out later.
I managed to get rid of the rogue notes easily enough, but the pauses have me stumped.
So I have my track containing the midi data, with say a 1 second gap at 0:35-0:36 that shouldn’t be there. Then another at say 0:58-0:60 and one later at 1:58-1:59
Short of grabbing all the midi events beyond the gaps, and dragging them left a bit, is there not an easy way to just select the gap, and remove it, so everything that was to the right of it is automatically shifted left by the desired amount?
I don’t have access to Range > Delete Time when editing the midi part of the track - the option is disabled, so I can’t move the left/right locators to cover the gap and choose that option.
The option IS, however, available to me if I’m just in the main project window, but when I do that it doesn’t do anything with the midi data at all… the gap is still there.
Am I doing something wrong? Is this because I’m using an Instrument Track, rather than just a simple Midi track? Or is this sort of function only available for audio data?