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Re: [Poll] Fix the insert handling in the new mixer console?

Even though the Mix Console is much better than before, I still think that the issues mentioned here would definitely make its workflow even better. Steinberg needs to look back at the previous mixer and bring back the things it did well. Yes, the mixer in Cubase 6 did not display Inserts and Sends at the same time, but the information it did display was presented all at once and without clutter. That's the kind of functionality that needs to be present in the current mixer.

The other thing, and this is probably of higher priority in my view, is the hidden plugins issue. This needs fixing ASAP!! Even with the single click behavior back, one still needs to click twice every time the plugin goes underneath the mixer (which happens every time the mixer is not the focus; so it happens a LOT). Still a clicking fest.
by jose7822
Fri Nov 08, 2013 12:30 am
 
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Re: Thank you for the new font in the "cycle"

Yes, thank you Steinberg!

It's a minor improvement, but an improvement indeed. There are many more of those hiding under the preference menu and the Track Settings window as well as the Mix Console. I really like these graphic changes that have made Cubase look more pro. Very much appreciated ;)
by jose7822
Thu Dec 05, 2013 9:08 am
 
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Re: 7.5 at Last!

Xtigma,

Are you able to load all of your synths? A friend of mine seems to be having issues with this in C7.5. Are all your plugins showing up? Thanks!


Cant load 1/2 my synths .... can't load my old songs ... Track Presets don't retain Routing ... i give up


Steinbergs Final Joke ....Ho ho F.... Ho ho


You have to reconfigure your VST paths. Cubase 7.5 is a separate install from previous versions, so you'll also have to reconfigure your preferences. Thankfully, you can have both versions opened side by side. This makes it easy to copy your preferences and plugin paths, which I prefer doing than copying preference files (just seems a safer way to me).

I also had to re-register (not really, actually) my iLok EWQL Spaces plugin, but it was super quick. You may see a pop up window come up as you load a project if you happen to have this particular plugin. This may also be the case with a few others iLok plugins, but it only took a few clicks to get it going again. No big deal.

So far, all I can say is that C7.5 is THE BEST Cubase I have used thus far. The new features are awesome and the new look a noticeable improvement from previous versions. Cubase looks more professional now, IMO. Still too early to call it, but I'm really liking what I see. It's been very stable with heavy projects as well. No complaints yet.
by jose7822
Wed Dec 04, 2013 5:38 pm
 
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Re: [Poll] Would you like to see true Bounce-In-Place in Cub

Steve Helstrip wrote:Little bump! Here's hoping for C8. ;-)


Yes, please! There's no way Steinberg can ignore such a wanted feature. I would be surprised if they did (not pleasantly surprised, of course).
by jose7822
Sat Apr 05, 2014 2:39 am
 
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Re: [Poll] Would you like to see true Bounce-In-Place in Cub

You would think that the Marketing department of a software company would know a little about the product they're selling, but I understand your point of view. Sometimes it doesn't seem like they truly understand their customers, I know. But seeing things from their point of view, it's really impossible to please the entire customer base.

However, bounce in place seems like such an obviously wanted feature that it would be irresponsible of them not to give it high priority. And I'm not simply saying this because I want it, but because of the cheer number of votes for it. It's a no brainer. Then again, do marketing people have brains? jk :-P
by jose7822
Tue Jul 22, 2014 6:54 pm
 
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Re: Disillusioned cubase artist 7.5 user

Hi Phil,

The questions on your last post are a bit more intricate to explain through this medium, but I will attempt to help.

First thing, the distortion you hear when pluging in the two jacks from the Korg is most likely due to the levels being set too high on your interface's inputs. To avoid this, make sure you lower the input levels coming into your audio interface until the signal peaks somewhere between -12dB FS and -9dB FS (You could even go up to -6dB FS if the signal is very compressed, like in the case of distorted electric guitars and some synth patches). Then there's the levels you set during the Mixing and, finally, Mastering stage. For more info on this subject, check out the following videos:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=J2YdMwehSOM

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4MqjPA5eOU4

Another factor that affects the quality of the recorded signal could be due to input signal levels. The short answer is that you'll need to make sure that you are using the correct cables and connections between the Korg and your interface, and that each device is set up properly to transmit and receive the correct signal level. For more info on this topic check out this article:

http://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/articles/whats-the-difference-between-mic-instrument-line-and-speaker-level-signals/

Another read on the subject that might be helpful:

http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jan14/articles/qanda-0114-02.htm

Like I said, these are very intricate subjects which you will want to research further on your own. Hopefully, these videos and articles will help shed some light on the subject of recording audio.

Take care!
by jose7822
Tue Nov 18, 2014 4:59 am
 
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