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- Pink Fluid
- Posts: 111
- Joined: Wed Sep 18, 2002 11:00 pm
And tabs?! No thank you!
I really hope Steinberg don't change anything in that direction. I'm happy with things just as they are!
- Jedi Poster
- Posts: 10010
- Joined: Mon Aug 13, 2001 11:00 pm
- Location: Sheffield, UK
An Eagle for an Emperor, A Kestrel for a Knave.
Please, nooooooo! I want to be able to manage the windows as I see fit, not be forced into a way of working someone else dreamed up. That's one thing I like about Cubase and I hate that other DAWs have moved in that direction. If I wanted everything neat and visible and fitting on one screen, I might as well just have a bunch of sliders and text boxes, and dispense with the GUI altogether.
I'm working on a dual screen setup, and there's plenty of space to put windows where I want them. I suppose a tabs ***option*** might benefit laptop users.
Also, I *like* having plug-ins from multiple channels open at the same time. It means I can balance settings on tracks that have an impact on one another in the mix. Eg HPF, tape emulation, EQ, VCC or whatever. To manage windows, I've just assigned a shortcut key to the ones I use regularly — three mixers, VST connections, VST instruments etc etc.
- Matt Houghton
- Posts: 482
- Joined: Tue Aug 07, 2007 11:00 pm
SOS Reviews Editor
The Elf wrote:I have the Arrange window on one monitor and the mixer on the other.
Actually, multiple windows is my biggest annoyance with Cubase. If I had a second monitor then it would sort it out, but as I'm a one-screen-laptop kinda guy it's very cluttered. I much prefer the screenset feature of Logic. One hit number key for each function.
If Cubase has this function now however...please ignore my post
- Frequent Poster
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- Location: Isle of Man
Sound Engineer, Music Teacher, Isle of Man
- Posts: 266
- Joined: Thu May 19, 2011 11:00 pm
- Location: usa
same here... from the "what's new" blurb on the website:
"12 dB boost ... an exceptional feel to the controls ... plenty of pristine headroom and a fundamentally transparent sonic signature."
ok there are other features but I'm not sold!
early days, maybe it'd grow but I don't really like the look of the new channel strip nor the mixer console layout, guess that's all very subjective though.
Disclaimer: I'll happily point out that I'm a bit annoyed as I was just about to update from 6 to 6.5 and now apparently can't! The only way to get the new features introduced in 6.5 is to wait for 7
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- Joined: Mon Dec 27, 2004 12:00 am
- Location: Cardiff, UK