I’ve just upgraded from Cubase Pro 9.5 to Cubase Pro 11 (v11.0.10) [Windows 10 Pro, 20H2]
Something that was fine in Pro 9.5 and is wrong in Pro 11 is the Midi Editor Acoustic Feedback.
The problem is that when you click a midi note with the mouse (or move from a note to another using keyboard cursors) when the acoustic feedback is enabled you can hear the note, but it never stops.
It’s like the code is sending only the Note ON command but not the Note Off command.
In Cubase Pro 9.5, the note feedback sound remained until:
- If you had only clicked it very briefly, it sounded for around 1s approx, and then it stopped.
- Or if you continued to press on the note, it continued sounding until you released the mouse button.
In Cubase Pro 11, the note feedback sound remains indefinitely, regardless when you release the mouse button.
If you click more notes, even if so briefly, or move through them using arrow keys, change their pitch or octave, etc, they start sounding also indefinitely.
This is extremely annoying and a very basic fundamental function, so please I beg you fix this asap. Thank you.
To replicate, just create a new project, insert an instrument track with Halion Sonic SE, String for example or a similar long-sounding sound. Then create a part and insert a few midi notes. Then start clicking the notes or move through them with keyboard arrow keys, move them up/down and you will see the problem.
Thanks and best regards.