Re: How to get click to sound in Cubasis?
Posted by Greg Jones on July 28, 1998 at 09:53:17:
In Reply to: Re: How to get click to sound in Cubasis? posted by sam on July 28, 1998 at 01:54:51:
What do you mean by tapping the tempo in? I've
explored the master track and been able to change
tempos per measure, but it won't let me select
less than a full measure in order to adjust tempos.
Also, why would I have to magnify the note before
changing it's rhythm? Will this enable the pencil
on my toolbar? Because I don't have a pencil on
my toolbar when in the score editor. I do have
the pencil when I'm in key editor.....
: : I read that I can change the tempos in the middle
: : of a song for each measure, but can I change the
: : tempo for each note?
: Yes, you can add tempo changes anyplace in the master track. I'm sure other programs have better ways to make the rhythm "flow" (you ought to be able to just tap it in; I haven't seen how to do this in Cubasis so it's tedious for me)
: : Can I add different time signatures in the middle
: : of a song?
: Yes, also in the master track.
: : Every once in a while, the computer sends an erroneous
: : signal to my QS which automatically causes it to
: : change preset sounds, is there a way that I can prevent
: : this? I'm connecting via serial port.
: I get spurious pitch bend messages when some apps quit (I also use the serial port). I have no real workaround other than to touch the pitch wheel to reset it.
: : How do I change notes in the score to different
: : rhythms?
: Just magnify the view a little and use the pencil tool to draw the note longer or shorter. It's probably also possible to just play the note lengths in using step entry (that works for velocity and note # and other things; I don't know about note length.
- Re: How to get click to sound in Cubasis? sam 7/29/98