I’m using the warp tool to create a tempo map of a live performance.
I’ve recently started using the time warp tool and noticed that when I make an adjustment the tempo of the new event adopts the the previous tempo. (There are no events later in the track yet.)
It seems like the logical behavior should be for the new event to maintain the tempo for the new event. Instead the new event adopts the tempo that existed prior to the correction.
This is assuming that we are starting at the top of the track with a blank tempo track.
It seems logical that a live performance may continue at a similar tempo rather than going back to the tempo from before the most recent warp.
I know this sounds confusing. So I’m including some screenshots to illustrate.
01 - The tempo is 125.791 between bar 26 and 27.
02- I adjust the warp at Bar 27, beat 1. You can see that the new event maintained 125.791 but the tempo between Bar 26 and 27 has been adjusted.
03 - You can see the tempo between bar 26 and 27 is now 132.070.
Is there a way to get Cubase to use the new corrected tempo rather than going back to the previous tempo ?
Right now I’m making an adjustment and then immediately erasing the new event because the SONG tempo almost always stays close to the adjusted tempo. (does not revert to the previous tempo.)