Steinberg Cubase

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riboslav / Sinisa Petric 9 days ago
Hi, Is it possible to record rhythm /metronome track in Cubase AI? I've got this piece of software with my Steinberg ur22c audio interface.


   

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phraser   commented 8 days ago


Not familiar with AI/u22c but I am sure someone on Kompoz will have your answer. You could also ask Greg Ondo on Cubase Club at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPbeIP3rAUg

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Bommie1977   commented 8 days ago


Yes as far iI know just try it out ;)

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riboslav   commented 8 days ago


I've checked this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DmYOEy7Q58 ...and there is no option Project->Signature track->Render MIDI click (or Audio click) in Cubase AI.

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Bommie1977   commented 8 days ago


strange in these days are all DAWs equipped wit a metronome well I don't know

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riboslav   commented 8 days ago


Cubase AI has metronome, but it seems you can not create tempo track with it, like you can with Audacity. It can come handy when there is a lot of tempo changes and you need to export separate tracks. Thanks anyway. I can export metronome vaw file with Guitar Pro, so I'll go with it :)

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phraser   commented 6 days ago


Have a look at this : https://youtu.be/XLw8CYkpTc0

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riboslav   commented 4 days ago


Thanks a lot. Great resource. This may work on my Cubase AI.

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ondjpayn   commented 8 hours ago


I cant remember the limitations of AI but one simple way to overcome if you cant use a signature track and render audio click. Just create a drum track with hi hat or snare rim or whatever you choose and "play" on the beat as required. You can save this a project (call it click 4/4 or whatever) and import it into any new project as required as an audio track. Bit messy the first time but once set up how you like you can use it anytime. You may want to set up one for each time signature you use. Most youtube videos concentrate on the higher versions of Cubase so you can waste a lot of time looking up stuff to find that option is not available in Cubase AI. Also worth joining and trying the Steinberg Cubase forum as you can ask about the AI version specifically. https://forums.steinberg.net/

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riboslav   commented 2 hours ago


Thanks a lot. I'll try with midi rhythm track.