Posted on Jul 25, 2002 08:11 am
Member Since: Jun 28, 2002
is this version as hard to understand as all the other ones?
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Jul 25, 2002 08:13 am Well, from what I read it is supposed to be "the most powerful and intuitive Cubase ever" whatever that means. I find Cubase not very intuitive in the first place, so I don't think it could get any harder to use...
I haven't tried it yet, and likely never will, but in theory it is common for application to get a bit easier as new versions come out. Or that is how it should be, that is why company conduct user studies and things like that, to help improve usability.
Jul 25, 2002 08:26 am i don't understand, at music123.com it says
Since: Jun 28, 2002
"Steinberg Cubase VST/32 5.1
Cubase VST, despite its wide-ranging capabilities, is still one of the easiest software packages to learn"
isn't cubase the hardest software package to lear?
Jul 25, 2002 08:30 am Ya, I beg to differ with that comment, I find Cubase harder than the rest, though still it's not THAT hard, just harder than the others...
Give me Nuendo or give me death!
flame...bringing sexy backMember
Jul 25, 2002 10:30 am i learn it fine and found it superb to use except for the odd annoying faults which stop it from working at all (see 'record enable' post)...
Since: Jul 01, 2002
having said that, once ive sussed this problem out i'll love it again!
Noize2uCzar of MidiAdministrator
Jul 25, 2002 11:10 pm I have said it B4 and will say it again. I have never had a lick of trouble with Sonar, and I truly liked Cubase. But the bottom line is Cubase is a very picky program and does not play well with other's, AT ALL, EVER.
Since: Apr 04, 2002
So for me to think about spending the big buck's they now want to upgrade, I think I will have to win the lottery B4 I will cough up any more cash for that program.
That said, the rest of the Stienberg line of software is all top of the line stuff.
WaltChief Cook and Bottle WasherMember
Jul 26, 2002 10:04 pm I have to agree with the crowd. I started with Cubase, and in fact it is still my main stay only because I got it to work for me and have no reason to spend more money. I am finding that I use it for it's simple core functions only. Any other functions are better accomplished outside of Cubase. It's become a vehicle with a lot of expensive features that I really don't want.
Since: May 10, 2002
Oct 24, 2002 12:53 am I heard a nasty rumour that Cubase SX was not compatable with WIN2k. Is this true?
Since: Apr 07, 2002
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