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Cubase 7 is released!

Discussion in 'Backline' started by jangoux, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. AeternusEternus

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    but, i will say, the dynamic retuning thing is not a thing that should be used for this board's kind
     
  2. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    Yeah, actually once I got past the first video I'm pretty stoked on this. Now if I can just get the licenser program to fucking work.
     
  3. drew_drummer

    drew_drummer Dancefap

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    A lot of cool things, but a lot of really shitty pointless things. I like the look of the mixer, but the chord-track can go take a piss.
     
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    Just release PT 11 with 64bit support and be done with it. Watched the video of the mix window because the layout has always been bugging me in cubase, which i feel the PT layout is far more superior with the edit and mix window and has so much better overview then cubase has. Hopefully you guys can customize it but from that video it looks like a piece of crap. And that chord thing, yuck...
     
  5. Plankis

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    I think the Chord track is great. When I read tabs or standard notation chord names are of great help when learning the parts and personally when I tab songs I always include chord names, it's much easier getting a overview what the section is about that way.

    This is something that I've kind of missed when working in Cubase. I come back to a song that I did a long time ago and have forgotten which exact chord or harmony I used there. A lot of minutes are saved with chords written out because I don't have to solo each track and find out what the notes are.
     
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    Dafuck?

    I hate it.

    What I like about Cubase is that I know it very well. This looks like they changed everything for the sake of it.
     
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    dafuck indeed
    wuaaa, that new mixing window looks horrible :( :(
    though i like the new Variaudio 2.0 and the chord-track feature, seems like to be really great.

    hopefully it can be still turned back to the old mixer..
     
  8. ze kink

    ze kink THE BLACK WIZARDS

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    I think it looks awesome, albeit there's a little bit too much candy for me. The mixer stuff seems pretty amazing, it's actually one of my favourite things in Reaper, so it's cool to see it getting implemented. Also the metering and control room stuff is pretty big, could save a lot of time and simplement a lot of unnecessary stuff.

    Interested in what Logic X eventually has to offer, I've been a bit bugged with some of it lately (mainly editing and some general workflow stuff), as I've been using PT and Reaper quite a bit.
     
  9. wutzington

    wutzington massive member

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    Looks good, can't wait to try and see if I like the new mixer. I really dig that they put an analyzer into the channel EQ and added some basic mixing tools into that channelstrip thingy. If it sounds good - awesome. If not - well at least they tried.
     
  10. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    I think it's rad that they are offering a nice eq. Included eq that does matching? Sure why not.

    And as much as people hate it and think it looks dumb, I actually like the idea of pictures representing tracks.

    Thank god they didn't change the edit window though. :lol:
     
  11. JeffTD

    JeffTD Senhor Testiculo

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    Creating FX tracks from the mixer? Fuck yes. Will wait until the rest of my crowd updates but this looks pretty cool.
     
  12. AllanD

    AllanD boom tap boom-boom tap

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    I'm an avid Reaper user but this looks cleaaaaaaan.
     
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    That'll definitely be a huge time-saver along with what seems to be an intuitive mixer(finally!!!); I just hope you can move channels freely in the mixer. There's just a few things I wish they would have added: Bounce in place for quick and easy printing of drum samples and whatnot. Tab to transients would have been nice because the currently implemented alt+N tab to detected hitpoints isn't worth the time (in my opionion). I would have also liked to have seen some sort of toggle-able grouping edit feature instead of having to move tracks into a folder for group editing. Other than my tiny gripes; I can not wait for Dec 5th!!!
     
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    musickey djenital moosic

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    my coin they shall receive :kickass:
     
  16. AeternusEternus

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    dat bypass
     
  17. Ericlingus

    Ericlingus Prettiest Hair Around

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    god dammit I just bought Cubase 6.5 a few months ago. Now I'm going to have to upgrade soon!
     
  18. PhilTheBeard

    PhilTheBeard "The Beard"

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    Totally grabbing this when it comes out. Have to update our computer as well.
     
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    psyched! +1 for the bounce in place though as outloaf mentionned
     
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    Honestly that looks uncomfortable and too complicated to me. I've been using Cubase since forever and the main reason for that is that the GUI has been the same so I know how to work with it fast. Why change everything? Maybe they are targeting a new audience? Maybe they don't have any new features to present so this is the next move?

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