Any news on Cubase 6 ?

I was just wondering if anyone has heard any news on the upcoming Cubase 6? It’s a new year, I’m building a new sickly-fast DAW this week, I’ve bought some new sample libs, so I think a new Cubase 6 would complete my 2011 “newness” excitement. :smiley:

Love Cubase 5, but I always welcome improvements in performance, workflow, and visual…which I have no doubt that the Cubase 6 will deliver on.

Probably be announced at NAMM

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Ok so the entire midi/audio relationship will be re-designed or is this audio specific?

Well that’s going to drive the Nuendo 5 guys batty. :laughing:

If this is true… It’s nice, I hope! :slight_smile:

On paper it looks to answer the complaints vis a vis Pro Tools – multitrack audio quantize, comp lanes, group editing. The amp sims answer Logic’s latest offering. But seriously, no improvements to Instrument Tracks for multi-out synths and MIDI sends?

What are comping tracks?

It talks about grouping functions for audio but will it exist for midi also?

I know from recording audio lately that not even the container for audio parts takes the name from the track it is on.

About track lanes, will the problem of gluing laned items be “fixed” in that it puts multiple similar parts on subsequent lanes?

I’m not the biggest Cubase fan around here but I imagine that webinar isn’t the entirety of the Cubase update. At least I hope not. Perhaps that’s only what’s covered in the Webinar. We’ll probably know all of the details of the update before the Webinar even happens, if they actually announce at NAMM.

I suspect there is likely more stuff than that.

Anyway, I have no intention of updating but if you still can’t move mixer channels directly I’ll have a good laugh.

They gonna announce 2 new products on Namm 13th January…

Good point.

I’ve always wondered why it’s not all reflective regardless of view so that if you change the order of tracks vertically, it is reflected horizontally in the mixer but how that would be implemented is anyones’ guess.

We need a ‘Cubase 6’ Teaser video at :laughing:

Yes whatever happened to those instructional videos being uploaded at the old forum, they were very helpful at least conceptually. :nerd:

Spotted this… It’s look the real deal to me :slight_smile:

Got a larger version fastlane?

This one was posted on Gearslutz and I’ve search for a larger one but no luck. Sorry

ye, this small one was included in webinar offer.

And there was also photo of the box of new c6 - new design. Box is still white/blue, but blue is in circle now, with no. 6 in it. :wink:

We need fxp/fxb-conversion, onboard sampler, new all-in-one-view mixer with free routings, and improved instrument-tracks!!!

+1 !!!

Dude, the box… who cares… I mean… nothing to do with the software…

Can you post a pic, please :wink:


Make it online already!