Airyck wrote:...discount the actual editing because of it.
it depends on your understanding of "editing" - for me to edit means "to change something in order to hear it".
btw other apps work the same ( select and then use a modifier ) or even better ( in Caustic for instance you need exactly ONE finger of ONE hand to select / move / change velocities ).
This sounds like semantics to me regarding the "edit" term. If you think it's so bad why do you use it? Why not use Caustic instead since it's better to you?
These are things that will probably eventually be updated, so why not make a thread suggesting these things be updated to your liking?
I personally really like the way that editing is done in Cubasis but to each their own. Yes I'd like to have things happening instantly but it's not a show stopper for me. I feel like it's actually a good thing to start and stop what you're working on over and over because your ears get too used to the sound if you don't and it's hard to make good editing judgments.
OS 10.10 iMac (mid 2012) i5, 16gb ram, Scarlett 18i20, Cubase 8.0.5 64bit. CMC-TP, CMC-CH, CMC-QC, CMC-AI, CMC-PD