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Cubase 7 is released!

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

  1. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    They changed the mixer.

    They didn't change everything.
     
  2. Ericlingus

    Ericlingus Prettiest Hair Around

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    anyone know how much the upgrade from 6.5 to 7 is?
     
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    Kazrog CEO/CTO, Kazrog, Inc.

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    If I could high-five you right now, I would!!!
     
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    The mixer looks a little confusing but I'm sure it'll improve users workflow. I'm fine with 5 right now until a few updates and bugs are identified and fixed- maybe user requests and stuff. I had no idea they were going to drop 7 hahaha feels like 6 came out like a year ago
     
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    To be honest I always kind of disliked the mixer in the older Cubase versions, through the years I never really got used to it. In comparison to the Pro Tools mixer it always felt a bit... cheap?
    A friend recently pointed out to me, that I mostly work and mix in Arrangement View when using Cubase. I have observed that I put much more automation into my mixes because of working this way vs working with Logic or Pro Tools.
    I can see the new mixer becoming a much better tool not only for tradtional mixing but for shaping sounds to make them come together faster when working like that.

    Anyone else with a weird workflow like that?
     
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    no elemetns 7 for the bedroom warriors? boooooh!
     
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    Stop whining about people whining.


    And so should i ;)
     
  9. Charles J

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    TOTALLY AGREED.

    As an AVID Cubendo user (over 8 years) I am, like many of you, very use to the GUI and getting to things quickly/fast as fuck workflow.

    BUT, not only do I think the mixer looks AMAZING (as someone said, the old tried and true mixer we're all used to ALWAYS looked and 'felt' a bit CHEAP to me as well).

    Love how FX tracks and Groups have DIFFERENT COLORED fader caps...

    Can't wait to try thisssssssssssss!!!!
     
  10. JeffEstrada

    JeffEstrada Ascend Recordings

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    I personally REALLY love the look of the mixer
     
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    sweet news. i've always hated that clunky-ass mixer, and am glad to see it go. guess i'll have to put up the cash to upgrade from C5...
     
  12. GeertSamuel

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    Finally had time to read the entire page. Hopefully I got 150,- in december 5th...
    Is it me or does that mixer just screams for touch screen next to your normal monitor.
     
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    after getting used to the idea of the new mixer window and what all it can do, i´m pretty stoked about this and cant wait to try it out :)
     
  14. GeertSamuel

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    I probably won't be able to afford it, but I'm curious to the Nuage prices!
     
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    At the moment i have the feeling i don't need any of these new features. I like the classic mixer or simply got used to it...
    The only thing i really would love to have is a working VST bridge and 64bit rewire capabilities. But no word about that :(
     
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    It doesn't have anything crazy that makes me super excited but it still seems cool and of course I'll have to update just because I have a need to get the latest version of it. No wonder why I never have any money...
     
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    I think the new mixer looks awesome. I never really got into the old one, always stuck to the tracking view (whatever that's called). The other new features look pretty cool too.
     
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    That mixer is ugly as hell. WTF!
     
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    More then positive I will be leaving REAPER for cubase 7
     
  20. LeSedna

    LeSedna Mat or Mateo

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    I was gonna say I find the mixer ugly from what I saw in pictures... But decided to check the video before, and I must say I think it's a good improvement ! I always found the Cubase mixer and overall the way it displays plugins and all very very ugly and complicated. I was used to it back in the Cubase 3 or 4 days but I switched to Reaper anyway.

    I fucking love the dynamics integration in the mixer track. If only you could transparently assign it to a plugin (I know reaper does it, and it's sweet, BUT first it only displays 0 to 1 values, instead of for example "-12db", and second, you still have to load the plugin under it. If you could transparently load it without displaying it, and use the integrated GUI, it would be a WIN) it would be perfect. Very nice for basic things like using a noisegate for simple cleaning, basically working on non-critical tracks, and leave the workhouse plugins do their job when you need them.
     

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