Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby Crabman » Fri Dec 06, 2013 5:44 pm

PhilW wrote:1.8 Automation release for Christmas? Pretty please?



crohde wrote:Hello,

Before we release Cubasis 1.8 there will be a 1.7.x maintenance update which will solve many user reported problems.


I doubt we will see 1.8 before february :(

And yes,i want automation (at least for volume)so badly,i can't tell ya :) BUT there are still some heavy bugs and i think it will be better to fix them first.And i really hope it includes some of the problems i experience ("timeshifting"audiofiles,dozens of unwanted Midi routing popups,senseless Solo/Mute behaviour,Midi clock quirks etc.) otherwise i'll come back quickly and rant for the missing automation again :)
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby exmachina » Sat Dec 07, 2013 10:40 am

Do they have any plan to implement a step recording? Does anyone know?
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby anilnc » Sat Dec 07, 2013 12:15 pm

Anyone who agree for a custom keyboard scale? Like in Animoog app? Because many don't use midi hardware keyboard on the go. Please, it really makes easier to play. And we can get new way of playing notes which is only possible in touch screen devices.

Its third time i am suggesting this and no one responded..
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby Jomazz » Mon Dec 09, 2013 6:09 am

Yes please add a custom Scale Keyboard option! And please add a StepSequencer and/or an arpeggiator or even just auto repeat like Nanostudio and Beatmaker have. That would make creating drum and bass lines so much easier!And also thanks for making Cubasis better with each update!
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby ggc » Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:50 pm

crohde wrote:Hello,

Before we release Cubasis 1.8 there will be a 1.7.x maintenance update which will solve many user reported problems.


Sounds like music to my ears=)
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby anilnc » Tue Dec 10, 2013 9:13 pm

Yes step sequencer also is very useful.
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby ltf3 » Mon Dec 16, 2013 4:43 am

anilnc wrote:Anyone who agree for a custom keyboard scale? Like in Animoog app? Because many don't use midi hardware keyboard on the go. Please, it really makes easier to play. And we can get new way of playing notes which is only possible in touch screen devices.

Its third time i am suggesting this and no one responded..


I'd love this!
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby surfer » Mon Dec 16, 2013 5:38 pm

Rather than bloat Cubasis with customizable keyboards I use what is already there.

Just verified that it works. You can control Cubasis instruments, including IAA, with virtual keyboards from other apps. I tested with Sampletank loaded as an IAA on a Cubasis midi track and Musix Pro which allows an almost infinite configuration of layouts, scales and modes. Works fine. Also tested with Cubasis built in instruments. Works.

So I assume any Midi out app can be used. If you like the Magellan keyboard or Sound Prism or Geo or ThumbJam, use them.
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby ltf3 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 9:31 pm

>Rather than bloat Cubasis with customizable keyboards I use what is already there.

True, you can use other Keyboards ( the one from Animoog is great! ) but using them means you are in another app, can't see transport controls, access Cubasis chord Pads etc etc.

Works if the other app's keyboard is controlling its own sound generator and I'm recording that over AudioBus, but otherwise its way too fiddly.

Plus this is a pretty simple enhancement to include. All the pieces are in place, its just really a note filter with a graphic. Playing a virtual screen keyboard is tricky ( specially with big hands, little talent) so I think its a required usability feature.

Please do it SB!

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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby surfer » Tue Dec 17, 2013 9:51 pm

If the other app is launched from within AudioBus the Cubasis transport controls are available in the AB panel.
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby anilnc » Wed Dec 18, 2013 4:18 am

surfer wrote:Rather than bloat Cubasis with customizable keyboards I use what is already there.

Just verified that it works. You can control Cubasis instruments, including IAA, with virtual keyboards from other apps. I tested with Sampletank loaded as an IAA on a Cubasis midi track and Musix Pro which allows an almost infinite configuration of layouts, scales and modes. Works fine. Also tested with Cubasis built in instruments. Works.

So I assume any Midi out app can be used. If you like the Magellan keyboard or Sound Prism or Geo or ThumbJam, use them.


That would another additional purchase. I have Animoog, Sunrizer, but they don't support IAA yet. And the apps which I have that supports IAA are Sampletank, nanologue and alchemy. I cannot use sampletank's keyboard to play cubasis instruments. Even its possible, its always good and easy to have the daw on the screen.
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby SamerK » Wed Dec 25, 2013 7:26 am

any release date for the 1.8 update ?
Pretty please :roll: :roll:
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby djjunior » Wed Jan 01, 2014 9:34 pm

It's now 2014 any news on this update 1.8
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby jwmmakerofmusic » Thu Jan 02, 2014 9:28 pm

I'd love to automate the fx parameters as well. It makes no sense simply having just volume and panning automation. I mean, I like to "bring in" a sound when working on a track as I mainly deal with dance music (or as they say in the US, EDM).
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby 00010 » Fri Jan 03, 2014 1:06 pm

Irritates that the developers of Cubasis can not at once do the program qualitatively... Constantly some errors... People do not buy defective tea-pots
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby wapir » Sat Jan 04, 2014 12:59 am

Cubasis on AppStore download error .... Why ?
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby 00010 » Sun Jan 05, 2014 7:41 am

When will cubasis go out in deserving quality?
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby SamerK » Mon Jan 06, 2014 12:49 pm

hi,


test test allo helllo ...any news for the update ?? come on share some info with us steinberg ..?
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby djjunior » Tue Jan 07, 2014 5:57 am

Since last update they have been very quiet
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby paoudom » Tue Jan 07, 2014 1:48 pm

C'est pas faux
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby atlatnesiti » Fri Jan 10, 2014 6:54 am

OMG, lots of immaturity shown here by some members of this board, but especially by the (2 posts ones) :(
Please consider 2 factors: Xmas/NY holidays. I'm sure Steinberg is working very hard to implement all the requested features and bug fixes and that does take time.
Patience is a virtue ;)
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Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby anilnc » Fri Jan 10, 2014 9:45 am

atlatnesiti wrote:OMG, lots of immaturity shown here by some members of this board, but especially by the (2 posts ones) :(
Please consider 2 factors: Xmas/NY holidays. I'm sure Steinberg is working very hard to implement all the requested features and bug fixes and that does take time.
Patience is a virtue ;)


I kept wondering of such impatience as well.
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby skoptic » Fri Jan 10, 2014 6:11 pm

Agreed that there seem to be some requests that are not constructive and ill placed.

Also a large number of threads that have focus quickly devolve into a splatter gun of user bugs and requests that are not relevant to the original topic.

Sadly these issues conspire to create a worse forum experience for users and admin. (I prepare to be flamed by offending members ;))
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Re: Cubasis 1.8 - Roadmap

Postby SamerK » Tue Jan 14, 2014 6:34 pm

the worst experience for users is someone like u dude ( 2 posts one ) ... agreeing for nothing.
as for the update that steinberg promise us an each month/update oups can't figure this out ....and other competitors offers more now and we are still waiting for the automation ...so slow ...the update and support process is so slow ...anyway my 2 cents
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