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Tempo change Hey I was hoping someone could tell me why the tempo won't change on the track. I import an instrument audio file and change the tempo on the tempo track and the master but the tempo still won't change. And i can't get Cubase to to record the sound from my mic. HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Click track on the play bar where u edit the tempo thers track and then fixed

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