It defies logic, but please enlighten me anyone who understands the function of this.
I use the Scissor tool on a region with a long midi note in it. I am cutting in the middle of the region so I am cutting the middle of the note as well. How is it that the region is cut in half and I can delete the back half, but the midi note remains beyond the cut region? Why isn’t the midi note cut as well? Isn’t that the sole purpose of the scissor tool?
And secondly, how is it that when I cut close to the front/beginning of the midi note in the region, instead of in the middle, the entire midi note disappears? I want to cut the front tip off of the midi note so it starts on a beat later or something, but not get rid of it entirely?
Is the Scissor tool really that useless in the Arrange window, or do I have to program something first? I can’t imagine what…
All I want my scissors to do is to cut wherever I place the Scissor marker, in two!!!
All input is greatly appreciated. I am new to Cubase, so a few things I don’t seem to understand the reasoning behind.