Track delay on individual articulations in expression maps

I am new to orchestration and thus have recently found out about track delay for slower attack notes in virtual instruments. Someone on this thread ( said the following and I am wondering if there is a way to do this in Cubase:

"In Logic I use a script which recognizes the articulation type and sets a corresponding positive delay.


Pizzicatos need to be -50 ms early
Legatos need to be -100 ms early
Staccatos need to be -60 ms early

The most delay is -100 for legatos so the track is set to -100

Then the script recognizes:

Legatos - add 0ms delay (so it goes through at -100)
Staccatos - add +40ms delay (so it goes through at net -60)
Pizzicatos - add +50ms delay (so it goes through at net -50"

What I want to be able to do is have different articulations is expression maps trigger a different track delay. Is there something in logical editor or some other weird thing that could make this happen?


I don’t think this is possible. The only one solution would be to have an articulation per track. Then you can use the Track Delay parameter.

Thanks for the reply. That’s what I figured. But I decided to ask anyway.

I have same thoughts. It’s really necessary. Maybe on Cubase 11? :grin: