Originally posted by Chadwick:
Christer, I found this stuff which might apply:
From Joe Bibbo (Giga designer):
\"You can set up the record for a \'manual\' or \'synchronized\' start/stop. Peter was referring to the \'manual\' mechanism.
This method does not care which sequencer you are using, the process of recording begins when you hit the record button, and stops when you hit the stop button. You can record for as long as or as little as you want.
The \'synchronized\' method is waiting for a MIDI Start event to begin recording, and will continue you get a MIDI Stop event. This requires that you setup your sequencer to send these events, and you need to make sure that your sequencer
is not sending a MIDI Stop event until you are ready to stop recording. You will have to play with your sequencer to figure out when it is sending these MIDI events.\"
From Kevin Phelan (Nemesys Tech Support)
\"In order to capture with the sync to MIDI option you will need to configure Cubase to send MIDI system realtime messages, namely Start, Continue, and Stop commands. Please follow these steps:
Go to options>synchronization
Under Sync Source:
choose \"MIDI TimeCode\" for TimeCode base
choose \"NemeSys MIDI port x\" for output
choose \"MIDI clock\" for tempo base
Under Sync out:
choose \"Nemesys MIDI port x\" for both MIDI Timecode and MIDI clock
Capture your MIDI file
Then import to Cubase.
The audio import in Cubase will import the file to wherever you place the cursor. If your MIDI tracks have a pre-roll, then capture to wave will record the preroll as silence.
Nemesys Tech Support\"
Your biggest obstacle may be that Cubase (I don\'t know about SX) only sends song start from bar 1. Logic sends song start when you start the sequencer, even if it\'s in the middle of the song...