Join us on a tour through Cubase 7 and learn the ropes of how to convert audio to MIDI, use the Score editor, apply MIDI effects and tempo detection to your music.

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20 Replies to “Tempo Detection, Audio Warping & MIDI Effects | Advanced Features in Cubase 7”

  1. Questions: can you rename events in the arranger tack? i e call it verse/chorus instead of just "A" and "B" etc? this was a feature in previous versions, but for the life of me i can't figure out how to do it.

  2. I think the output of the score editor that was demonstrated here showed why most people don't talk about Cubase's score capabilities. Double note heads and triple flats FTL, no one wants to clean that up.

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