lukasbrooklyn wrote:i don't know if it is (surely it must have been conceived before 4k?); whatever the case, it's definitely not ergonomical on my 2,560 x 1,440-pixel native resolution.
4K or UHD is 50% more pixels (4096x2160 in the case of 4K or 3840×2160 in the case of UHD).
That's a LOT more, and it must be a massive shift in perceptive (or so it seems to me).
lukasbrooklyn wrote: the thing is, i need to be able to read the inserts. and to be able to do that, the channels need to be extended horizontally so much so that they eat up too much screen real estate, and not many chan's fit in the mixer that way. someone just didn't put enough thought into it.
The things is (and was. and will be) that zoomable mixer (the phenomenon that you descried is one of its "merits") is just NO GO. it is a bad implementation in the sake of "we can do, so lets do it". not everything that is achievable and doable is also beneficial. and MixDebacle proves that notion very well.
lukasbrooklyn wrote:that's just one ill-executed implementation, of dozens. wish i got a cent for every 'load preset' dialog that loaded when i wanted to bring up a plugin's gui instead.
AP wrote:Well you're certainly entitled to your opinion Mr. Troll
Please allow me to disregard this, kiddo. I've seen and dealt with way too many of your kind.
AP wrote:I really don't have any issues with Cubase but I like to visit this forum because it can be very entertaining
I agree with the latter.
With the former... if you don't have issues with Cubase, please sit this one out.
AP wrote:I'm an advanced Cubase user and Graduated Professional Audio Engineer. I've work in pro studios SSL/Protools and at home with Cubase 7.5 my Daw of choice.
Good for you (though u don't really want to know what I think about "Graduated Professional Audio Engineers" as I am one myself)
Anywayz, I do beatz in my grandma's kitchen for 15 years now and have no experience with other DAW whatsoever. I used Fruity Loops for 1 yearz (version 1 from 1997/1998) so I guess I has vintage gearz and I can be considered a "pro".