Why can’t the metronome go upto the tempo ? Just checked that in FL Studio and Ableton, and the metronome follows the bpm. ok there is no need for a metronome once you pass a certain threshold, but it would be nice if it followed up to that threshold.
450 is viable, would defiantely be a massive improvement. But maybe 600 is better, which is double the current limit. Maybe that would be easier to implement ?
I don’t see why I should be forced to write in 16th’s or even 32nd’s purely because Cubase has a 300bpm tempo limit. Writing at 400 or 500bpm with a 4/4 structure works a lot better than trying to write using 16ths and 32nds, i’m not talking extratone here, just slower splitter/speedcore. It’s a whole music area that cubase lacks support for, and maybe now, Steiny can unlock the tempo track properly, or at least double its limit.
Every single track I write now, is at 300bpm, why ? Because I am limited to that. Why don’t I switch to Ableton ? Because I prefer cubase and the layout and it’s mixer etc, I don’t want to change. So, unlock the tempo and cubase grows into a whole new zone one that the technoheads will adore. It will put a dent in the trackers appeal, thats for sure.