I must have been doing something wrong since forever because I can’t for the life of me figure out why the Cubase Pool can’t use the Project Tempo as the default tempo for newly recorded Audio parts?
So if I have a song with some part and the Project Tempo is set to 180BPM I sometimes like to write parts at 120BPM as it’s more comfortable while writing before I have the chance to practice the parts.
Now I naturally need to check back and forth to make sure it sounds like I hear it in my head at full tempo so I need musical mode to work properly which it doesn’t if the tempi are off.
Since Cubase LE and Cubase SX3/C4 I’ve been annoyed with this behavior and I really hope it’s me who’s done it all wrong all the time.
What is the reason that the correct tempo is calculated as long as I stop the recording inside the cycle but as soon as I run over the edge at the right Locator the Tempo is set wrong?
Wrong in this case means “???” like Cubase can’t figure out what Tempo the recording it just performed was made at, or higher value to compensate for a longer recording (I think?).
What’s the big deal with this? Well, if I happen to want to fiddle with the tempo I have to figure out which tempi are set correct, which are set wrong and which are not set at all.
Then I have to manually set them to something that works, and It’s not as simple as all “???”-files are the same either if they are recorded with the Project Tempo set to different values.
So I have to sooner or later take a break and get out of “T H E * Z O N E” to fiddle with that.
Maybe there is a good explanation for this and one man’s feature is another man’s bug and all that but I’m kind of sick and tired of it !!!
Can anyone confirm this?
Or is it time for a feature request for something like this … in 2019 ???