Hi all and I’m completely out of it - again. After all that hassle with Adobe products I have completely forgotten everything about Cubase. At least quantizing tempo.
So I remember vaguely that Cubase 6.5 has some kind of a “drum editor” or “tempo detector” or something that will automatically slice your drums and set them to desired tempo.
I have this project of my client who has played the drums by himself and then he has recorded vocals, guitars, bass etc. on top of the drums. So I would have to tempo-quantize EVERYTHING.
First I tried tapping (recording MIDI notes) the hitpoints manually but the tempo slowed down mystically very much. Then I remembered this new feature about editing drums but I don’t remember the feature’s name nor anything else.
So please help me, how do I tempo-quantize the whole song in correlation to the tempo-quantized drums - and how do I do that drum tempo-quantizing in the first place?
I have been pretty down lately and I just don’t have the energy to try and learn new things that I have mastered earlier and then forgotten about them. Please please please… Someone. And try to explain the procedure like you were writing to a six-year old.