It would be beyond amazing if Cubase had their own version of DP’s Chunks feature.
It makes it incredibly easy to switch, arrange, and write between and with multiple cues on one film (or sections in a song), and once you’ve seen it in DP you won’t stop thinking about how gigantic a difference it would make in Cubase. Like, it’s really a night and day thing. With Chunks you can easily switch between multiple cues and copy segments or parts, etc., without having to activate and deactivate entire projects (and the resulting crash that often happens in Cubase with large projects when you do that) and then go through the rigamarole of copying parts across. The Arranger Track in Cubase does not do what I’m talking about. With Chunks you have entire sequences (with whatever tracks, instruments, plugins, etc., that you have in them) as completely arrange-able, editable, and fluid pieces that you can put wherever you want in your project. Then you can switch between them to work on them individually. I saw it in action at a fellow composer’s studio and was drooling…it’s that good of a feature. Total heaven for a film composer.
Any chance, o people at Steinberg?