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Cubase 6

Discussion in 'Backline' started by Williamn, Jan 6, 2011.

  1. Williamn

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    For those that dont lurk gearslutz.. there is some info about cubase 6 :O

    Looks really interresting, and as a fan of cubase im looking forward to it very much ! (hope I can get a decent upgrade from 5 studio to 6 full !!)
     
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    Any approximate dates for release?
     
  3. Ermz

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    Wow. So they're finally bringing out those highly requested features. Had to be done to quash the impact pt native would have on cubase sales. Looking forward to seeing just how 'state of the art' the transient detection and drum editing features actually are.

    Also, whats the bet 'lane tracks' are basicallly the same as pt's 'playlists'.
     
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    Sweet! I'm still using Cubase 4, but i've been wanting to upgrade! Looking forward to this!
     
  5. Jaymz

    Jaymz Stymphalian Productions

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    Beat detective? :D
     
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    HALELLUJAH !!!!!!
     
  7. Kazrog

    Kazrog CEO/CTO, Kazrog, Inc.

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    Cubase already has lanes, it INVENTED lanes. I wonder what's new about the lanes in Cubase 6...

    Very much looking forward to this update, looks killer.
     
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    Could they please work on the GUI so I don't have to set Events to be transparent in order to be able to slip edit?
    Also I would love to be able to configure wether the Channel EQ is before or after the inserts for every channel. Plus additional High and Lowpasses on all channels.
     
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    i used Nuendo from version 1-3 and liked it alot... I sold my lisence and switched to reaper ( I got a good deal on nuendo and never used the post features). I may have to buy cubase 6.. Always liked Stienberg's product but hated the support...
     
  10. 462studio

    462studio 462 Studio

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    Please for the love of God let this be functional.
     
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    OMG EDIT GROUPS!!! no more shitty folder tracks :tickled:
     
  12. drew_drummer

    drew_drummer Dancefap

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    Congrats Cubase users on your bugfixes!! :loco:
     
  13. JeffTD

    JeffTD Senhor Testiculo

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    Pretty stoked for this, but... Triplet grid!? Please, for fucks sake.
     
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    HAHAHAHA...+1
     
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    There has to be a reason this has been omitted for so long. Surely, nobody in the Steinberg camp was negligent enough to just not care?
     
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    Fuck yeah! Can't wait!
     
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    Has anybody actually made an official feature request to Steinberg for this? I think I am going to post in their new forums to see what's up. With the new slip editing methods, a triplet grid would be awesome.

    But then again, they are going the multi-track beat detective pro tools route. So they might not listen.
     
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    same here, i'm interested to see if they can beat out pt9
     
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    i'm actually really quite looking forward to this.

    to be honest, i was really happy with C5, but i see a few features in there which i'd love.

    thanks,
     
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    FOR REAL!
     

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