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several MIDI recording modes, including the usual Overdub and Punch-in modes, along with Loop record

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      • Mick West commented  · 

        you don't need these modes - my experience with Cubase just led to confusion and stuff getting lost - but a retro record function as mentioned in the last post would be great
        Cubase 5 has this - you just play along and when you make a good take you save it
        much better than having to press record / delete et etc

      • Pete Rubinsky commented  · 

        for example when recording drums with MIDI-triggers on some of the parts - you need audio AND MIDI loop record simultaneously

      • alexandre.lancar commented  · 

        an original function like past the last four bars played without push the record button could be great.
        that mean the last 4 bars played are always in a kind o cache, you don't need to push a record button

      • xybre commented  · 

        The overlay mode that XT2 uses right now is great for some things, but sometimes it's infuriating, since I want to select a loop to play back while I record MIDI but have the part extend beyond the end of that loop as far as needed during recording.

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