OK...I guess I have finally made it into the 80's, and have acutally started recording some MIDI information!!! I have always been an "audio-guy", and have never really delved into this really cool world of VSTi's and MIDI keyboards (I am a guitarist who plays some piano). Now that I am recording more and more MIDI tracks, my lack of keyboarding skills are becoming apparent (since I have always worked with some really talented keyboardists, I never really had to stretch beyond some basic chord changes when composing). I have a song that I am working on that is currently running at about 150 bps, and was wondering from some of you MIDI experts if I could record the MIDI parts separately at...oh...let's say 110 bps, and then import this track into the final 150 bps session? This way, I can play through the changes at a much slower pace, and then speed it up later (and everyone will be amazed at my keyboard prowness! <grin> I am using Cubase VST 5.1 and am now moving more and more stuff over to Cubase SX. (I also use Acid Pro 3.0, plus both Wavelab 4.0 and Sound Forge 5.0.) Any suggestions for a MIDI neophyte would be greatly appreciated! Cheers!