it's the fact that these units are still for sale and there is no warning to notify of the incompatibility....sorry steinberg but thats the way it is if you have no communication with people then they get really *knuf* off !
looking forward to the update btw
Well, steady there ff - why you don't look to read any release documentation with a product, is perhaps at the root of all this. Sort that out, and maybe you'd have a more reasoned view towards SB. All the detail; its right there on page 15...
http://download.steinberg.net/downloads ... issues.pdf
Amongst many other things, both software and hardware, that's them acknowledging issues
- with the CMC series and Cubase 7; that's them giving information
; that's them telling you when it is likely to be addressed; that's them COMMUNICATING with customers about the release of this product.
The Release Docs were available at launch. First thing I d/loaded and looked over.
Expecting (trusting..?) retailers to be in command of all this type of info is, I believe, a bit much my friend. At best, if challenged, they are going to (sensibly) direct you to the manufacturers website, where you can check for yourself first, just to be sure you are buying the right product for what you need. They certainly won't want you coming down on them
like a ton of bricks, complaining about your purchase after the event, accusations flying as to who said exactly what and to whom etc, etc...
System 1:- Win10 64bit, Gigabyte H81M m/board, Intel i7 4790 3.6Ghz, 16Gb RAM, NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti, 2 x 22" HD monitors; Steinberg UR44; Cubase Pro v10.5.12, WaveLab Pro v10.0.20, Studio One v4.6.1, Dorico Elements v3.1, Addictive Drums 2, Komplete 12, StylusRMX
System 2:- Win10 32bit, Q6600 2.4 Ghz, 4Gb RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS, Delta 1010LT; Cubase Pro v8.0.40, WaveLab Pro v9.1.0, Komplete10, StylusRMX