With 7.0.6, I had to set up the mixers again.
But also, I previously had to have the mixconsoles included in a macro, so that I could invoke a workspace and show the mixconsoles. With 7.0.6, the macro no longer toggled the mixconsoles, so I had to remove them from it.
Fortunately, after I setup the mixconsoles again, they show up full-screen when I open the project.
Now I just wish the project preferences could include a user-nominated default workspace, so that all the other windows don't open piled in the middle of the main display.
OR rather SB just made it so one could have as many windows as one wanted with whatever docked Cubase or VST(I) GUI modules one wanted to drag-and-drop in them. I have suggested this already. Has to be better than having separate configuration points for different parts of the mixwindows.
Having to re-setup the mixwindows every time SB iteratively evolves towards a unified window management scheme will be a right PITA.
Half of the folk music duo, DevaKnighT. http://devaknight.com/ http://youtube.com/devaknight2
Music available from CD Baby (MP3/FLAC at http://cdbaby.com/Artist/DevaknightT
) and the usual culprits. All recorded and processed on Cubase 7.x at 192k.Comp:
i7-4930X, Asus P9X79-E WS, 32GB, 3xPalit GeForce 9400, SSDx5, UAD-2Q, Dell S2340Tx3, Dell 3008x2, TV. HW:
Nmn U87 Ai, JA251x2, YRG, Korg padKontrol+microKEY2, RME FF400+800, M-Patch-2, Tannoy Reveal Active+TS-12. SW:
Win 8.1 Pro 64, Cubase 7.5.10 64, RX3Adv, Goliath, SO Plat Pro, Pianos, Gypsy, Sup.Drum 2.0, AT7, Ozone5Adv.