This is one issue that frustrates me to no end and I wonder if there is a solution to it. I’m recording a part at the beginning of my song that uses midi CC 11 (expression) to control volume. I’m done with this part, move on to a different part of the song, and record a new midi part for the same instrument, but in this recording didn’t use any cc11 automation. I then realize this part is a bit too soft for this section and simply want to draw in a new base midi CC11 amount for this section, but since I didn’t record any cc11 when I played the part in, there is no way for me to see where the previous midi CC11 was left in the key editor. The only way to see any midi CC 11 data it is to glue the region that has the last midi CC11 node together with this region.
Is there a way / setting to view midi CC from a previous region in a new region on the same track? I know how to quickly glue all regions in a track, but then I no longer have my song broken up by what is playing visually. I also know I can just draw in a new midi CC11 node, but I have no basis for what its relationship is to the previous node. It would be cool if cubase had an option to “show all controllers from all regions” and similar to how you can view track automation when read is off, you can view where the CC amount was left off in regions that do not have new recorded data.