Cubase SX Midi

Posted on

Dub head
Member Since: May 03, 2004

I have posted a few previous messages regarding MIDI & quantize probles with Cubase SX. I can never get my organ to groove perfectly with the rest of my reggae tracks. My questions are:

1. Is there just a way to turn Quantize off? I can not figure out how if there is. I can find nothing in the manual.

2. If I can't turn Quantize off, is there a way to record my incoming Midi directly into an audio channel as audio and not midi? Like, could I have the incomming MIDI signal be routed to a audio track as well?

This hase been a huge problem for me lately, especially as I'm getting ready to start tracking my new band's first dub album. I appreciate any help or advice you guys could share. Thanks!

Cheers! -Al

[ Back to Top ]

A small pie will soon be eaten
Since: Aug 26, 2004

May 17, 2005 09:09 pm

I use Cubase SX 2 and Quantize is off by default. you actualy need to select 'use quantize'

But if you go to the very bottem left of your 'transport Panal' You will see 'Auto q', to the right of that make sure it says 'OFF'.

I'm sure with some clever routing you could have a MIDI track record to audio as well but it wont help your problem. It would only be a reproduction of your MIDI track with the inherent issues simply duplicated.

Another option might be to learn how to use Quantize effectively (dont worry i cant either) as it can be quite usefull at times.

Hope that helps.

Dub head
Since: May 03, 2004

May 17, 2005 09:41 pm

WOW~!!!!!!!!!!! Man Bleak! I can't thank you enough. I seriously have been trying to figure this out for monthes. Yet, the manual OR that main Cubase forum was any help. It's so freakin' simple too! God, it always is! Thanks again!!!! I can't wait to get some dubs tracked now!!!

THANKS!!!!!!!!! -Al

A small pie will soon be eaten
Since: Aug 26, 2004

May 17, 2005 09:47 pm

My pleasure mate! look forward to hearing some stuff from you!

Related Forum Topics:

If you would like to participate in the forum discussions, feel free to register for your free membership.