Go to Devices/Device Setup then under VST Audio System on the right side of the window Tick the option underneath ASIO Driver that says release driver when app is in background... ;-p that worked for me.
I would suggest you start by reading this article, which apart from giving you ideas, is also handy for education. http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/nov04/articles/computerproblems.htm
The signal noise on your soundcloud sounds like computer component noise. Are you setting your equipment levels correctly? Check this article on gain staging: http://www.basic-...
If your "VST" track just has MIDI data in it already (which is being sent to a VST), then you should be able to copy that MIDI data out just as you describe. If it isn't (say, it's got audio data that's just being processed by a VST) then there no universal way to do this, since MIDI is not audio.
Some tools do exist that will attempt to transcribe note ...
Cubase (C4 on my PC) allows you to insert a track fx for midi tracks that lets you globally raise all notes up or down as many semitones as you want: -
I've got acoustic piano track fx, transpose feature circled. Maybe this will let you do what you need.
If you only need to apply this to a section of the track you can set up a control track where you only ...
The ProFX8 will let you record only a stereo channel (or 2 mono) at a time. I am not familiar with Traction, but in Cubase you can go to menu Devices > Device Setup and choose the Mackie from the first option field (Asio driver).
Then you might need to go to Devices > VST Conections to route the channels to the right input.
Here you can choose in ...
The almighty CTRL + D or CMD + D does just that - duplicates the part.
I've also found this neat table listing all keyboard shortcuts.
For doubling the tempo you can use the time-stretch cursor on midi, drag it and drop it where is half it's initial size.
I recall that Cubase has an option for this.
Find the 'Device Setup' window, select VST Audiobay and select "Release ASIO Driver in Background". This should allow you to minimize Cubase and utilize your audio card with other software.
I hope this helps.
Holding down ctrl while clicking the mouse on the specific note (or group of notes if you drag the mouse) will select as many midi notes as you require. Velocity is then shown and if all are the same value then reducing the velocity by say 20 will reduce the velocity on all the notes by 20.
Unfortunately if one of the notes you selected had a velocity of (...
Remixing doesn't necessarily mean you have to have perfect timing compared to cubase. If you have the individual tracks as entities in their own right then applying whatever fx, eq and compression to the individual tracks doesn't require it to hit the beats spot on.
However, if you are adding midi instrumentation to the track then this is a different thing ...
Assuming you are using the IO2 with the guitar input, with Mic/Line / Guitar switch set to guitar, I'd start by bringing down the gain knob then turning it up slowly. Also make sure that you aren't by some quirk of monitoring hearing the guitar coming straight through the interface AND having it come through Cubase at the same time?
If none of that works, ...
Personally I prefer Boar for version control of binary files. That is the exact use case of that system - mostly used for photos, etc.
On the other hand, I can also recommend you the git Large File System. That means you can stay with git syntax/toolchain without a need of setting up boar.
Took the above advice. This has been working great for me with git. Logic Pro X 10+.
Project\ File\ Backups
Haven't tried it, but splice looks interesting as well.
You would normally use the Quick controls & midi device manager feature in Cubase to map your keyboard or use the ready made templates..But Quick controls is not available in the trial version of Cubase 7 Elements.
The only alternative is to use a midi plugin as a translator calibration tool... you would also need a chart of the midi specifications of ...
This is half guess and half intuition: -
Maybe the default midi settings for the cubase track need to be set correctly so that when the loop goes back to the start, cubase doesn't issue default midi instrument settings?
If you set start and end loop points within the extents of the track does it loop and keep the same settings OK?
Does your Mackie have a USB output? If it does then you may need to load drivers onto your PC so that it recognizes the mackie mixer. These drivers probably came with your mixer when you acquired it.
If it doesn't have a USB output then you'll need a USB analogue to digital converter maybe like this: -
This is my gut-feeling about many DAWs. Don't read this as anything but a possible cause.
If I've missed the point of this question, please let me know and I'll delete it.
You say playback is fine. But how do you know? Well, you think you know because eveything sounds in sync - but you don't really know when your playback actually begins because there ...
I use file/export/audio_mixdown for recording all tracks that are either
Audio (guitar mic etc.) or
If I have my Yamaha keyboard on a midi track it won't record this with this method - I have to set my sound card up to be "record what you hear" and record the audio from the Yamaha (driven by the midi track) onto an audio track.
Then I ...
Take a look at the Logical Editor (menu-> MIDI-> Logical Editor).
One of the possibilities I could think of is using the random velocity preset and setting both parameters to the same value. This way all the bars will become equal.
Without going heavily into detail, 3 possible ways to approach it…
try setting up a default project with the things you use the most, from scratch.
go back through your previous projects, save track presets, then import those to your default.
open an old project with a lot of re-usable data, trash all the instrumentation & mixes & save that [as a ...
Cubase has such an automatic setting…
Prefs > VST > Auto Monitoring > Manual, Record Enable, Record Running or Tape Machine Style.
...though personally I just monitor the direct from the preamp [no latency, plus I have some comp & rev on the preamp that doesn't go to track] & the playback from the channel.
Essentially, I use Cubase's Lane ...
I'm assuming you're using Zebra's own built-in arpeggiator.
It would be more portable if you used the Cubase's Arpeggiator - Arpache - find it from the Inspector > Midi Sends
You'll have to repatch it to whichever synth you want it to affect, but you don't actually need to keep repatching the 'driver' track each time.
You would, of course, first have to ...
Prefs > Midi > Reset on stop would be prime candidate, however in a Loop it could actually be any of the 'chase' parameters below that - you may have to experiment.
Without specifics of precisely what is being reset, that's the best I can guess at.
According to the Steinberg UR22 operation manual, you need to setup the device in Cubase:
When the “ASIO Driver Setup” window appears while the Cubase series
program is launching, confirm that the device is selected, then click
“OK.” (page 11)
If that dialog does not appear, you need to go through the settings manually:
In top menu go to Devices
There are some well hidden impractical default MIDI import options in Cubase's preferences that prevent this. Here is how to fix it:
Go into Cubase's preferences window and go to MIDI -> MIDI File
Find the option that says Import to Left Locator make sure it is checked
Find the option that says Ignore Master Track Events on Merge is unchecked.
Now you can ...