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Getting Cubase to Import Tempo of a MIDI file

I have been using Cubase quite a lot recently and exported my tracks created in Propellerhead Reason to MIDI and imported them in Cubase. Unfortunately Cubase doesn’t automatically adapt the tempo of your project if you import an MIDI file and it took me some time to find the option to change this.
Go to

  • File
  • Preferences
  • MIDI
  • MIDI File
  • Uncheck the option Ignore Master Track Events on Merge

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After that Cubase will also read the tempo from your MIDI file and adapt the tempo of your project accordingly.

The Monster – For Free

Digital Slate is offering their extreme dynamic processor VST plug-in for free. The only thing you will need to get it running is an iLok.

If you want to check out what The Monster can do for you, check this video from Steven Slate himself:

Update

If you are having problems registering your Monster using your iLok, I had the same problem and contacted the customer support. It seems that they „DoS“ed the iLok service. 🙂

Thank you for contacting Slate customer support. After an overwhelming, massive demand for The Monster, we managed to crash the iLok License servers. If you’ve already redeemed your Virtual Mix Rack/Revival/Trimmer license then you do not need to redeem the license again. Just install your Virtual Mix Rack 1.6.3.1 plugin and you’ll be good to go.

For those of you unable to register your license, we sincerely apologize for the delay. The iLok team is currently working on repairing this issue as we speak.

Thank you for your patience.