#1July 26th, 2011 · 02:35 PM
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Cubase 5 Tempo Change
Need help on how to have different tempos within a song using Cubase 5
Cheers
#2July 26th, 2011 · 03:14 PM
371 threads / 187 songs
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United Kingdom
Found a youTUBE tutorial that explains it well

#3July 26th, 2011 · 05:42 PM
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Germany
This is an example for what the german collector´s society "GEMA" is doing in germany .        

#4August 19th, 2011 · 09:20 PM
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Canada
Cool, very useful for a Cubase user! If only there was a way to bookmark threads!

Thanks for posting the question (and answer)!

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#5August 24th, 2011 · 03:00 PM
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Netherlands
great you worked it out Denis, but thats only for midi, dont forget to tick an audio track into 'musical mode' in the pool , or switch the mouse environment to musical..
happy holidays 
#6August 25th, 2011 · 02:49 AM
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United Kingdom
MaxdB wrote…
great you worked it out Denis, but thats only for midi, dont forget to tick an audio track into 'musical mode' in the pool , or switch the mouse environment to musical..
happy holidays  8)
Not sure why I would need to do this? Surly once The drums or metronome has been set along with the tempo changes, it would record what's played. Last day here in Turkey, I'm looking forward now getting back home and play my guitar
#7August 25th, 2011 · 04:23 PM
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919 posts
Netherlands
Denis wrote…
MaxdB wrote…
great you worked it out Denis, but thats only for midi, dont forget to tick an audio track into 'musical mode' in the pool , or switch the mouse environment to musical..
happy holidays  8)
Not sure why I would need to do this? Surly once The drums or metronome has been set along with the tempo changes, it would record what's played. Last day here in Turkey, I'm looking forward now getting back home and play my guitar :)

1.
youre absolute right
but if you want to edit afterwards it handles midi and audio different
so thats why
2.
try a saz?
:p
#8September 6th, 2011 · 04:14 PM
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United States of America
You can also give it a tempo at point A and a tempo at point B and tell it to gradually change, over however many measures are in between. That can make it sound a bit more "organic".
#9September 8th, 2012 · 10:34 AM
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Netherlands
like this

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