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Cubasis question

Hi all,
This is kind of difficult to explain but I guess most people have faced this problem so hopefully you’ll understand what I mean. I have a midi 4 bar pattern. I want the last notes in the pattern to extend and end in the beginning of the pattern. So when I start playing the pattern the end notes will not be played but when the pattern loops the last notes will sustain when the pattern starts over again. Is this possible in cubasis?
Thanks

Comments

  • As you build your song, program those notes into the next section’s beginning. Or copy those sections and glue them together and edit it those notes. This is how a song evolves from a loop.

  • You could extend your clip to, say, 5 bars, but in the last bar only have the sustained note finish playing out.
    Then position the clips at 4 bar intervals, with a 1 bar overlap. The sustained note will play out, at least until it gets triggered again by the next clip.

  • @fattigman said:
    Hi all,
    This is kind of difficult to explain but I guess most people have faced this problem so hopefully you’ll understand what I mean. I have a midi 4 bar pattern. I want the last notes in the pattern to extend and end in the beginning of the pattern. So when I start playing the pattern the end notes will not be played but when i pattern loops the last notes will sustain when the next loop starts. Is this possible in cubasis?
    Thanks

    Xequence 2 does this by default.
    Other than that, it is common behavior in DAWs to send note offs when a looped section is about to restart.
    Nothing easy to do about it (although yes, this could/should be something configurable in every MIDI-capable DAW indeed).
    I don't even know a sensible workaround other than using Xequence 2...

  • @fattigman said:
    @Jimmy @CracklePot @rs2000 thanks for the info

    Thanks for asking this - it's something I've wondered about, too. It can be a bit annoying, I agree. Thanks everyone else for suggested workarounds - I'll try them 👍

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