Seriously I hope you are joking when you"re telling us Cubase 7 can't be trusted in a professional environment right ? I don't even consider myself as a professional but I've had no issue related to Cubase 7 so far, the only one time it crashed was because of another program running in the background, I spent time finding what was the cause but this was way more efficient than complaining on this forumm203 wrote:I just want to say Cubase 7.01 is totally unstable. Today alone it has crashed on me 5 times. The worst part is: it totally FREEZES and the only way it can be closed is to open task manager and end process.
It is 2013 and we are on version 7 and Steinberg Cubase still can't be trusted in a professional environment. And don't blame it on my hardware or anything else because I have competent machine and updated drivers, etc. Cubase 6.5 was stable. 7.01 is garbage. I pray 7.02 resolves these crashing issues. This is unacceptable
While I'm at it, I'll add i think it's crappy that Stei8nberg dumped its old forum and reset everyone's JOINED date and made us all look like newbs, even those who have been with them since back at Version 1. Really crappy. And they've not ONCE shown us loyal users any love on the upgrade prices. Really pitiful
PS: the grid colors SUCK. Give us better contrast options and finer resolution lines in arrangement view where many of us do ALL of our chopping!!!!!!!!
I just laughed reading this : "don't blame it on my hardware or anything else because I have competent machine and updated drivers" oh crap I sooo wanted to blame your machine and your updated drivers now I can't !! I'm screwed !!
Seriously ask yourself some questions, how is it possible I don't get all the problems you're running into ?? If cubase was responsible then I would find myself in your situation right ?? That's not the case
So try to find the faulty software or hardware that is causing you so much trouble like any smart ( and relaxed ) guy would do