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Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 4:20 pm
by Buzthafuzz
dbombay1 wrote:
AlakaLazlo wrote:
Backbeat wrote:Did you forget the Mackie Problem to reflect the channels like the Mixer on the screen does?

Very disappointing!
+1 :?
+1 :( :(
Plus, I have more issues whith Mackie: for example, when I pan a virtual instrument like RealGuitar with the Mackie, the instrument detune... Looks like the use of Mackie control is generaly bugged...

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 5:51 pm
by Steve Helstrip
Sorry to add yet another question, but has anything been done to improve the sharpness of the fonts on Mac? They are so blurry compared with previous versions.

Thanks

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 11:25 pm
by Guest
are you on 7.01 steve? they were fixed significantly in 01 for windows

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:14 pm
by Steve Helstrip
Yes I'm 7.01. No change here. Even the Cubase icon is screwed! Has blurry shadows and weird artifacts compared with 6.x. Not a big, I know, but seriously, how does something like this get through the net!

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:28 pm
by fuzzydude
Hey Steve, same here re blurryness. I run Mac and PC, Cubase and Nuendo but to be honest I've gone back to 6.5 on Cubase and will probs stay there for the foreseeable future. Too many bugs. A little saddened at how a pro tool gets such poor QA!

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:33 pm
by Steve Helstrip
Same here, Fuzzydude!

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:50 pm
by fuzzydude
NorthWood MediaWorks wrote:
steveschizoid wrote:Perhaps.

But it has to be annoying to pay $150 for an update only to discover that it will not run on your system, or has problems executing tasks that previously posed no difficulties.
Perhaps annoying yes, but a reason to give up? - no, you just have to work through it to reach stability.
+1 I have two PC systems, one that runs Cubase and Wavelab and another system running Nuendo and Pro Tools. To date I've not had any crashing issues that were Cubase related since V5, and none on the new C7. My Mac is another story as are bugs related to new/lost functionality. Both PC's were purpose built for audio production.

Having been with Steinberg for a number of years, it seems the only potential value I may get from paying for the updates these days is to help ensure they've got enough money coming in to resource fixing the inevitable bug backlog. History proves a wait of 6-12 months is required before a stable(ish) version is available!! :shock:

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 6:34 pm
by ggc
Hurry up feb 18th! ;)
:mrgreen:

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 10:03 am
by bashar
More vote for the fuzziness issue, I am running in a retina display MacBook Pro and the problem is doubled.

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 12:04 pm
by cubace
ggc wrote:Hurry up feb 18th! ;)
:mrgreen:
Im wounder what the release is doing over the weekend? The build date will be middle of jan anyway...

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 12:45 pm
by Mauri
cubace wrote:
ggc wrote:Hurry up feb 18th! ;)
:mrgreen:
Im wounder what the release is doing over the weekend? The build date will be middle of jan anyway...
I'ts being baked for a couple of days, obviously, and will be thoroughly cooked by monday. ;) !

Mauri.

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 1:17 pm
by dBeLazy
dbombay1 wrote:
AlakaLazlo wrote:
Backbeat wrote:Did you forget the Mackie Problem to reflect the channels like the Mixer on the screen does?

Very disappointing!

+1 :?
+1 :( :(
+1 :( :( :( :(
+1
+1
+1
+1

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 8:47 pm
by Jurij
Tonight other graphic problems with Cubase 7.0.1 and OSX 10.7.5 some ghost traks appears ahahahah, I dont want to be boring again, but.....

I'm a professional musician and I like to use Cubase for my Job not for fun. I dont have that kind of graphical problems with cubase 6.5.3, there are others of course not fixed yet on the 6.5.4 still in prerelease, now cubase 6.5 users don't have a very stable cubase yet, and Cubase 7 user have a a beta version software maybe with some fix in the end of year? When steinberg will ask other 100euro for upgrade to 7.5? What i feel? I think Cubase users are at now the new Nuendo Beta testers and Steinberg asking us money to be these betatesters. I will be happy to continue to be Beta tester but please give me the application for free. :mrgreen:

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 8:49 pm
by frontgarcia
When out the update ?

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 9:05 pm
by mroekalea
very soon :mrgreen:

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 12:58 am
by Woodcrest Studio
Jurij wrote:Tonight other graphic problems with Cubase 7.0.1 and OSX 10.7.5 some ghost traks appears ahahahah, I dont want to be boring again, but.....

I'm a professional musician and I like to use Cubase for my Job not for fun. I dont have that kind of graphical problems with cubase 6.5.3, there are others of course not fixed yet on the 6.5.4 still in prerelease, now cubase 6.5 users don't have a very stable cubase yet, and Cubase 7 user have a a beta version software maybe with some fix in the end of year? When steinberg will ask other 100euro for upgrade to 7.5? What i feel? I think Cubase users are at now the new Nuendo Beta testers and Steinberg asking us money to be these betatesters. I will be happy to continue to be Beta tester but please give me the application for free. :mrgreen:


Is this the ghost you are talking about at the bottom?

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 4:13 am
by Jurij
Is this the ghost you are talking about at the bottom?[/quote]

yes you can see some ghost tracks recorded on bottom, trasparent ones, not recorded of course.... :D

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 11:07 am
by mrains
Steve Helstrip wrote:Sorry to add yet another question, but has anything been done to improve the sharpness of the fonts on Mac? They are so blurry compared with previous versions.
I'm using PC. I find the new mixer unusable. In many parts I am unable to read the text. Other parts have legible text but the color (black text on dark background) make it difficult to read. Other applications (including older versions of Cubase are OK). I simply can't use C7 in current form. The interface design is lacking and really needs professional input to achieve something that is more broadly acceptable. Very sad...

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 6:51 pm
by Woodcrest Studio
Jurij wrote:
Woodcreststudio wrote: Is this the ghost you are talking about at the bottom?
yes you can see some ghost tracks recorded on bottom, trasparent ones, not recorded of course.... :D

Wild.... so the name on the event doesn't exist in the pool?

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 7:04 pm
by silverknit
m203 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
Coming from 6.5.3 that was rock solid, I updated to 7.0 at day one and never had a freeze or crash..ever.. Of course a lot of bugs and minor problems but nothing that prevented me from working as usual. 7.0.1 improved a lot of annoying issues and still is solid.
So I wonder what is happenning with you guys who get an unstable and rather unusable cubase. Could this be hardware related? Or perhaps something messed up with 3d party plugins, or because working with older versions projects ( which is what I do obviously because I come from 6.5.3, and again I never had any big, "unstably" issue. )
I'm not blaming anyone on their hardware , or how their system is managed, but I truely do wonder why some people have solid stable systems (yet still perfectible), and others simply can't work anymore after updating to 7.

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 7:17 pm
by Woodcrest Studio
silverknit wrote:
m203 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
Coming from 6.5.3 that was rock solid, I updated to 7.0 at day one and never had a freeze or crash..ever.. Of course a lot of bugs and minor problems but nothing that prevented me from working as usual. 7.0.1 improved a lot of annoying issues and still is solid.
So I wonder what is happenning with you guys who get an unstable and rather unusable cubase. Could this be hardware related? Or perhaps something messed up with 3d party plugins, or because working with older versions projects ( which is what I do obviously because I come from 6.5.3, and again I never had any big, "unstably" issue. )
I'm not blaming anyone on their hardware , or how their system is managed, but I truely do wonder why some people have solid stable systems (yet still perfectible), and others simply can't work anymore after updating to 7.

A lot of it probably has to do with how the person actually works. If part of your routine or x-y-z procedure uses a feature that causes a crash or temporary freeze for instance... plugin instabilities with the new version... hardware too...

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 8:27 pm
by Guest
wel i wonder how many people are going to be satisfied tomorrow ? ;)

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 9:10 pm
by JMCecil
filterfreak wrote:wel i wonder how many people are going to be satisfied tomorrow ? ;)
My prediction .. about 100 "you guys rock" posts from people who didn't even install the patch yet, intermixed with about 100 "you guys suck" posts from people who didn't even install the patch yet. Then about two days later the actual fall-out from the patch will begin.

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 9:14 pm
by Guest
true .. thats if it's even released tomorrow lol

Re: Cubase 7.0.2 / Cubase Artist 7.0.2 announcement

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 10:08 pm
by Lundin
JMCecil wrote:
filterfreak wrote:wel i wonder how many people are going to be satisfied tomorrow ? ;)
My prediction .. about 100 "you guys rock" posts from people who didn't even install the patch yet, intermixed with about 100 "you guys suck" posts from people who didn't even install the patch yet. Then about two days later the actual fall-out from the patch will begin.
:D true that!.. i've been in a creative coma since day 1 of C 7 when the 8 cmc's went into some sort of Amusement-park-mode, a lot of my belowed UA-plug's started fuzzing e.t.c

So i look forward to the 7.0.2 tomorrow...It really can't be any worse.