Craig Reeves, August 29 in Cakewalk by BandLab
Good suggestion for quantise... in the meantime, you can use "Apply Trimming" on the clip after quantising.
Your second point, use CTRL + D to duplicate. This does exactly what you're wanting.
When dragging or drag copying, switch Snap ‘To’ to snap ‘By’ and then it doesn’t matter how much junk is in front or behind it will still be in time regardless. I rarely use snap ‘To’ as I’m trying to keep the clip whether Quantized or not in the same pocket it had before.
Issue 1 - Apply Trimming after quantize
Issue 2 - Turn the clip into a groove clip, then just drag it out as far as you want
Cakewalk doesn't need to do ANYTHING; the way it is is perfect, because not everybody quantizes all the life out of his or her music. There is already a way of doing what you're expecting and that is "move by" as described by Blogospherianman. What you call a "fix" for me would be a disaster!
1. Create midi clip
3. Bounce or apply trimming
+1 for the long awaited Ctrl+D!
Ctrl+D: The unsung hero of workflow!
Another vote for changing your snap settings to "snap by". I rarely use the normal "snap to."
Yes, but I always use "snap to"...
At least, someone's always telling me to.
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