nonlocal wrote:It's opening older projects to find the windows all over the place and the mixer settings all wrong
Between workspaces and hotkeys for pulling up any window I might want, I guess I don't personally see an issue that's killing me here. Yes, improvements could be made, but I don't think it's been a deal breaker for the majority of us.
nonlocal wrote:It's having to constantly reassign inputs outputs and especially external plugin settings because no presets
Again, my presets for inputs and outputs seem to load fine. Not sure what your getting at, but might be related to your specific setup?
nonlocal wrote:It's putting up with "workarounds" instead of an elegant solution provided by the programmer
Non-specific and something you would have to do with any software package until any bug was fixed. But I know.... you don't see ANY problems or bugs in any of the other DAW's on the market...... go figure.
nonlocal wrote:it's the focus on new features and vstis instead of fixing basic simple stuff, like no bounce in place
You can't fix something that hasn't been implemented yet...... Although I do hope it's added, macro's get you 9/10 of the way there currently. And just because you didn't benefit from an improved VSTi or any of the new features you might be referring to doesn't mean someone else didn't.
nonlocal wrote:It's the MIXER being introduced and slowing down workflow by making single clicks into double clicks and pause-open
Totally subjective.... For myself, and according to what I have seen on the forums, for others as well, the new mixer was something that helped speed up the workflow. Could it be improved? Sure.... That's what updates are for.
nonlocal wrote:It's lots of little things that add up to slow me down and wear down my patience, and I have a lot, I was using Cubase in 1996!
Great.... Again, it's a personal opinion and if you feel that way then that's fine..... Why the need to continue to let us know about it??? Some of us completely disagree with your assessment of the software.
nonlocal wrote:But it's over now, I can't take any more, I have seen through Steinbergs game after all these years, they will never get it right because then no one will upgrade.
good luck to you if it's working well for you though, but I think you are viewing things through rose tinted glasses.
7.5 is slower than 5.5 and 6.5
Don't know why I bothered as this one pretty much says it all.... Yet you keep coming back to comment?!?!? Go figure
Your right, I am a fanboy of cubase. I personally love the software and have been an owner for decades. Why on earth would I feel bad about that decision. Do I have things I hope are fixed in the future? Of course....... And if for some reason I don't like the new version, I always have the older to fall back on. I have no regrets at all with cubase being my DAW of choice. Apparently, you have a different opinion. Why you continue to feel the need to tell us about it is a bit beyond me though. Unless your just looking for justification in your decision to move on?!?! In which case I would suggest a different forum.
Cubase 7.5 64bit -- Windows 8.1 64bit -- Intel I7 Ivy bridge -- Asus Sabertooth z77 MB -- 32 gig ddr3 ram -- 2x MR816csx -- Steinberg CC121 -- Radeon HD 6800 Series Video Card