Generally I'm enjoying Cubase 10 - the sidechaining feature in particular is saving me a lot of time.
There is one issue however that I think it would be very quick for you to resolve for the next update which has seriously hampered my workflow and is making it impossible for me to work in Cubase 10.
I create a lot of versions of tracks with slightly different but very long titles etc (do a lot of TV music so lots of file names and then - 30 second version for example) and I also regularly save new versions of old versions.
In every other version of Cubase I have been able to click on "Path" in the audio export window and it takes me to me folder where I can click an existing WAV and then click OK - it would then populate the "File name" and "Path" in the export window with the correct information. So basically it took me 2-3 mouse clicks maximum - if I'm doing 50-60 files a day then that worked well for me.
Now when I click "path" in cubase 10 - it requires me to manually type in the folder destination and the track title - this is disastrous for my workflow and is already costing me so much time. If I do the extra clicks and navigate through the drop downs to the folder it now no longer shows the wavs so I can not click on another wav file to import the track name into the "File Name" box.
Could you re-instate click on path to take to the folder - or even just make it so a right click on path gives that option or even just clicking on the word "path" itself, or even a way in preferences to choose how to make it work. At the moment it has just been completely removed - basically I need anything at all which will give me that option back.
Please let me know as soon as poss if you can fix this - it should be incredibly simple but would be hugely appreciated. In the meantime I have to go back to cubase 9.5, which is a real shame.