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Re: Android version - coming soon!

It certainly takes a lot of time...

I understand it is a bit more trouble to create an application that runs on a more diverse platform, but I cannot imagine it is that extremely difficult. The TouchDaw app is also running fine here (yes I know it is a lot more limited, but it works), so it is absolutely not impossible to get things going on Android.

I am certainly not buying an Apple device, only to run iC Pro. That would be insane. I have an nice Android tablet, and would like to use it. I am not that charmed about Windows tablets to be honest, so there is still an need for this app.

I only hope "soon" will not take another year...
by JClosed
Sun Jan 05, 2014 8:46 am
 
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Re: cubase fraud on Gumtree

I really feel for you, and hope you see something back from the money you lost...

That said -and I don want to sound harsh- did that stupidly low price really did not ring an alarm bell? I mean - If an price is "too good to be true", it is most times just that - "too good to be true". If somone offers something for such a low price, I would get very suspicious. I such cases I rather do a face-to-face transaction and demand to see everything in working order and also the transaction notes+dongle+serial number sheet (and if second handed - the "transfer software" proof from Steinberg).

As said - I really hope you see something of that money back, but I am afraid chances are not that high, sadly enough..
by JClosed
Sun Jan 26, 2014 9:02 am
 
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Re: High latency since 7.5.1

Have you by any chance installed a new video card? I know it sounds strange, but newer cards that use/have an hdmi output also channel sound trough that connection. This is that mysterious "high defenition" sound device. I suspect it is the case, because the Nvidia card I have (altough not an ASUS, but an MSI) also uses that high defenition audio output. Keep in mind that some motherboards have an on-board graphic "card" that can have an hdmi output too. Sometimes you than have to disable not only the primary sound device, but also the high-definition sound device.

I have no idea how to disable this hardware if you do not use an on-board card, because in that case it is not configurable in the motherboard BIOS. However - in my case I just choose my (focusrite) ASIO driver in stead of an high defenition (or any other) device from the pull-down menu in the device setup, and have no latency problem at all..

If you keep having problems you can try looking up the high definition device in the device manager and than just put an check in "do not use this device". Do not remove the device, because it will be re-initialised at reboot. Just disable it, and Windows will not "see" the device any longer.
by JClosed
Sun Mar 23, 2014 9:47 am
 
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Re: Poll: Do you use the Chord Track?

I would wish there was a third option - moderately...

I use chord tracks fairly often. It is just an easy tool to have.
I can't say I use it extensively, but I use it certainly more than just occasionally.

For me - it is something that is a valuable part of Cubase. Does it need some improvement? I think that would do not harm in any way. But in it's present form it is very useful, fast and easy...
by JClosed
Fri Jun 27, 2014 7:15 am
 
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Re: upgrade from 6 Educational

As far as I know you can update an educational version just like the "regular" version to an new version at the same cost. The educational version will become an "regular" version after updating. So far that has been the case with all versions until 7.5. It would surprise me if it this would be different with version 8.

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@roger-s - you just beat me while I was typing my comment ;-).

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by JClosed
Fri Dec 05, 2014 9:34 am
 
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Re: POLL: What level of OS compatibility do you want?

To be honest - I do not think touch screen in an studio environment will be very common in the forseeable years. I can see there are some backdraws with that..

First (and for me most important), you do not have tactile feedback. Nothing works nicer that moving an slider by hand, while listening (sometimes even with closed eyes) to the minute changes you make. If you use an touch screen you have to rely on hand-eye coordination, what can be uncomfortable and distracting.

Secondly, most people use the monitor at an 90 degree angle (or even tilted forward) on their mix table. It is intensely uncomfortable to use touch in such an evironment. Constantly pointing forward and slightly (in my case) upwards will tire your arm very quickly.

Sure - you can replace you mix table by an flat (or slightly tilted upward) screen, but then you have problems with the first point I mentionned. On top of that, replacing an midi or other harware controler, by an big enough flatscreen is very pricy. Yes, there are mix consoles with build-in touch screen, but the pricing for that hardware is (in my opinion) far out of reach of small studio's (and I do not even dare to talk about home-enthousiasts).

Al in all, I should say there is in my opinion no pressing reason why Cubase should have an full-touch support in the short term. I think there is more important intercface (GUI) work to do, before submitting resources to develop named full-touch support.
by JClosed
Fri Jan 02, 2015 11:20 am
 
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