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    Can I hear Cubase\'s metronome sound in a Gigastudio?

    How is it possible?
    I wanna use a quantization in Cubase. But I don\'t know ways to synchronize programs while recording tracks (using metronome sound).
    Who can describe any possibilities please? How do you synchronize and use quantization?

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    Re: Can I hear Cubase\'s metronome sound in a Gigastudio?

    It should not be a problem. You just have to setup which MIDI channel, port and note, Cubase uses for the metronome, and then load an appropriate sample (e.g. a drumkit with a \'stick hit\' sound) in GigaStudio.

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    Re: Can I hear Cubase\'s metronome sound in a Gigastudio?

    Yep. A drum kit in channel ten/Port 1 and then in track ten/channel ten/Port 1 of most sequencers will usually do it. Then use your metronome option to choose which plink, thud, bink or bonk you\'d rather listen to from your drum kit while sequencing. Quantizing is really a whole different subject - something which the sequencer does all by itself to the MIDI data youve already generated.

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    Re: Can I hear Cubase\'s metronome sound in a Gigastudio?

    thank you. Now it\'s OK! [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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