jluca wrote:just be brave
Lbro44 wrote:Now I have a decision to make. I am upgrading a Win 7 box with new hardware and have to reformat the application drive. Thus I will have to choose whether to load 7.5 or 6.5.... like real soon!
Your post was a very good assessment of the state of affairs as they now stand. I really agree with it and it is very true. It is also very telling that you folks in the Studio (a professional one at that) are still running version 6.5, when you have 7.5 available. That says a lot about where Cubase is at right now. If things were to keep going as they are and features are given top priority over bug fixes and broken items being fixed in the application, then it will come to a point of being the Titanic. Sad...
Now I have a decision to make. I am upgrading a Win 7 box with new hardware and have to reformat the application drive. Thus I will have to choose whether to load 7.5 or 6.5.... like real soon!
jluca wrote:I hope will be another update for C7.5 before selling C8, as we seen in C6.5 process was left with some bugs with vary audio. They promised to fixit in C7 but the new release was with more problems and bugs than before, then they promised again to fix in 7.5 but bugs are still there in 7.5.2, probably they will promise to fix all C7.5 problems in the next C8 and the story will turn again.... I don't know you guys but I will pay C8 only when all the C7.5 bugs will be fixed, and only when C8 demo will be released because I want test it before buy. Otherways, if Steinberg have problems with OSX just be brave and left this platform for Windows users only.
Even with your rant I agree with much in your latest post. You indeed are correct that a Hobbyist using Cubase in a studio would not make the cut for long at all. You guys making a living at this stuff are in a totally different ballgame than the bedroom producer. For one you have a client and have to cater to them and their needs. They are paying money for a service and you have to provide that service in professional and timely manor. If your tools are not good then you will be hard pressed to meet the clients needs and expectations. This gets back to the fact of what I was saying earlier. Specifically, that Cubase needs to be a professional tool. It is not good enough to push out software that sort of works and expect the pro production crowd to deal with the issues and bugs that are contained in the program. This is one big reason there should be another update prior to 8, aimed at bug eradication and ensuring that in fact what is in the program actually works. In addition the workflow needs to be optimized and made efficient!
JMCecil wrote:1) The break between the mixconsole and the arrange window for key commands and remote control ...
5) CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICKITY K C U F" N CLICK. There's a reason we want to use control surfaces. SPEED
There are many more issues in the issues area, but the point is 7.5 is far slower for recording, mixing, post etc...
iBM wrote:I can't afford Nuage, but wouldn't spend that kind of money on something so depended on a piece of software anyway.
sycophant wrote:[but for me Cubase is merely a sequencer and a damn good one at that.
sycophant wrote:iBM wrote:I can't afford Nuage, but wouldn't spend that kind of money on something so depended on a piece of software anyway.
As DaDa (jan) will tell you, mix controllers in a software environment are all but a gimmick which is why I have started now with S|C.
JMCecil wrote:I don't think c7 is buggy.. there a few odd ones like solo\mute on the mixconsle. It's just that usability went miles backwards in a production context.
iBM wrote:I have the need for at least 32 analog inputs + and a minimum of 8 digital inputs (S/P-DIF/AES).
Are you then tracking to Cubase? Or is the S/C system a complete DAW in it self?
And using some sort of Software mixer within the S/C system?
Is routing from Cubase via an internal "patchbay"?
Last time (long ago, but post creamware) I visited their web site, I didn't get much info out of it. Do you have any links?
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