Rhino wrote: ↑
Fri Jul 26, 2019 6:49 pm
hesca116 wrote: ↑
Fri Jul 26, 2019 5:46 pm
Anyway, I will have to settle with exporting a MIDI tempo map from Melodyne and moving it over to Cubase. There is a preference you need to disable in order for that to work (thanks to Hippo for this tip)
thanks, I knew that all along.
it's a bit problematic, as it also affects MIDI drag'n'drop from Superior, EzKeys etc, where you absolutely don't
want the embedded tempo to mess with your own song tempo.
so you can only enable
this setting temporarily, and hope you don't forget to set it back.
So normally the checkbox for this setting is checked (enabled) such that you Ignore Master Track Events on Merge, when working with Superior, EZKeys etc,.. @Hippo was suggesting you uncheck/disable that setting in this instance, when importing a tempo map generated from Melodyne…
So, maybe a bit less onerous, when you know you're only switching it off once to do the import, then immediately go and switch it back on... maybe...?
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