Steve Helstrip wrote:Here's your direct comparison, with equal widths:
sonicstate wrote:I mean... so stone me, but in comparison below C6 mixer looks better to me than c7.Steve Helstrip wrote:Here's your direct comparison, with equal widths:
JMCecil wrote:Unless I'm missing it, we still need key commands to open and close the Channel Selector and Control Room Meter on the MC.
beerbong wrote:New MC seems to have too much wasted space
Sure. Sorry it wasn't helpful.bender-offender wrote:Thanks for the advice Steveinchicago, but like the other Steve said, it changes the scroll for all programs, not just Cubase.
Nope. $20 also and worth every penny, been using it for years.USB overdrive is one, it's free
This may seem like no big deal to some, but it completely messes up workflow, which to others, is a big deal:
I like to use the mouse-wheel for quick zooming in/out horizontally in the Arrange and Key Editor windows. On Mac, you hold command while scrolling up/down on the mouse wheel. Prior to 7.0.5, I'd scroll down to zoom out and, obviously, scroll up to zoom in. I got very used to this over the years, yet (I think) 7.0.5 changed this to the opposite of what it was, i.e. scroll up to zoom out, scroll down to zoom in.
Is there a setting I'm missing? Did I accidentally do this in Mac OS? I've looked around the best I could to make sure it wasn't the OS.
If this was changed in 7.0.5, why? Why do the developers at Steinberg keep changing things that worked fine?? I've posted a few topics about this sort of thing, and it's beginning to really stink. Please Steinberg, if nobody asked for something to change/be fixed, please don't change it!
JMCecil wrote:Mixer Channels
C6.5 ... clean, clear, concise, functions directly accessible without too much clickity clickity
C7 ... fuzzy, space hog, pre area is a mess to look at, insert could be one of 10 plugs, and clickity clickity clickity to do anything with those areas. However, I haven't tried to set up the new hotkeys. Hopefully that will help
Basically, the new mixer is like the early 90s internet browsing. Stuff just doesn't fit right. The only difference is I'm supposed to edit/mix with that instead of just read.
Xtigma. wrote:I'm Genuinely relieved that this is just a bug! and not a design decision! phew
DrMax wrote:Xtigma. wrote:I'm Genuinely relieved that this is just a bug! and not a design decision! phew
I just wonder how this "bug" passed the test phase.
I mean it's kinda obvious isn't it?