Help! Who let the chimps out?
The chimps keep commenting on nothing but others' posts. You have nothing to say about the subject. These trolls that follow people about with inane uninformed comments are starting to clutter the forum.
It seems I'm not allowed to discuss problems and try to resolve them in anything like a professional way but to browbeat Steinberg. Sorry, I don't play those schoolkid games.
If you haven't got any idea about the subject then butt out back to the bedroom, kid.
I'm talking about BASICS here. If you don't understand or can explain why I'm so wrong in a clear and professional way then you've got to be trolling.
Jitter isn't a Cubase problem.
Jitter is a hardware problem.
Midi has always been hard to implement on Windows.
Midi takes time (latency) to travel around a computer circuit and travels in things called "packets".All these things I write about and they are all documented and searchable.
I am by no means the expert you say I think I am and you think you are. I never said I was an expert. I just bring stuff to the table to consider and discuss. Which I do without denigrating others.
What I'm saying here is that the OP and the title is wrong. BUT. He does have a problem. What we have to establish is that the problem is with GA and whether it can be fixed by Steinberg or whether the OP needs to change work practise in some way.
My take is that (even sampling) synths like GA generate sounds unevenly and so nulling would rarely take place.
My second take is that a better way to get nulling would be to record two tracks of audio.
And. Double tracking, stacking and / or double sampling is sometimes not easy.
My background: Cubase 20 years, drums, 31 years, engineering 15 years.
Consider yourself told off by a guy who never stops learning but is used listening to fascists who stopped learning long ago. Dr. Chimp.
PS: Apologies to all and thank you popmann for your good post.
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