Hello raino thanks for the valuable advice. I have already adopted some tricks like coloring the chosen take with a different color or duplicating the chosen takes in a new lane. It may happen that in a project some takes of a track are not the same either because the expression of the phrase has been deliberately modified or because new embellishments are added or other, so the relative wave files are not all the same and cutting everything together means there is a risk that, in some takes, the cut occurs on the wave and not on the unrecorded part. I thought about this function because when working in a project with many takes such as guitar, vocals, piano. ect … it can speed up the work and also to make as few clicks as possible, a sort of automation, instead of cutting all the takes, a function that cuts the take, which you have to listen to. automatically from the point where the previously chosen take ends. A bit like when working with graphics programs with various layers, put in the foreground or background and then there are already other daw that work in this way. It shouldn’t be ruled out that my way of working with cubase comping may be wrong. This is just a small suggestion that I allow myself to give to the magnificent staff of Steinberg programmers. Thanks again to Steinberg for giving me the opportunity to express my music.
Good work and good music to everyone