Cubase's timebase setting on EACH track...Musical time=follows MIDI tempo changes as they're made...Linear Time=allows the midi to change AROUND them, while they retain their absolute position on timeline.Thank you Jamie Lang. But could you explain a bit more about this? What do you mean by "doing a human time Midi track", and what so you mean by "setting it to linear time"? Sorry, I'm easily lost with this kind of things.
And you can toggle this on and off as needed for a track. So :human time midi"--is recording in free time (as far as the sequencer is concerned--play the piano for a whole tune solo with that track set to linear time, you can use the Warp tool to map IT'S tempo...THEN, you can switch it to musical timebase, and any FIRTURE changes it will change the original part played.