I am assuming you are talking about naming tracks prior to recording audio.
Personally that is not so feasible since I am recording the output of a module and often I have to come back again and do it over many times as other parts change, ie MIDI so I just use what is “inherited” from the system.
What I have is a track for general recording that is not assigned to any bus and I can hear the module while it is recording via direct monitoring, eg non ASIO output.
Once I have recorded a part I then drag it to a track where I have dynamics processors already “patched” and that is the end of the story except of course for this archaic or arcane file system in Cubase.
After I have recorded everything I go to the pool and first delete any unused media, then I minimize all remaining files but the problem is that often there are references which are the same and this can cause many and varied conflicts as Cubase looks to one file over another and low and behold the wrong file is inserted in a particular section.
Thanks for replying