November 23, 2022, 10:41pm
Thank for the logs people. This is now known at Steinberg.
yes - frustratingly 12.0.50 is not currently available on the SB website
Same here…after the last update when I press shift key on novation Cubase crashes…
Same here. Crashing when I tried to use Midi remote mapping for my Axiom 49. It also lost my previous mapping setup. I’ll try rolling back to 12.0.50 (if I can find it).
Hi all, we have analysed the issue and do confirm that it has been introduced with the 12.0.51 update. Please roll back to 12.0.50 while we’re working on a fix.
If you have not deleted them you can find the installation files of previous versions in the Downloads folder of the PC
back to 12.0.50 and everything seems to be ok now
November 24, 2022, 8:58am
Unfortunately there is no V 12.0.50 to download…
November 24, 2022, 9:00am
Thats the problem
I updated directly from 12.0.40 to 12.0.51 - big mistake
See if you have the installation file of the previous version in your Downloads folder.
On Windows, search for downloads → Steinberg → Win64, on Mac download → steinberg → osx.
Rolled back to .50 and no crash now when pressing shift on LKMk3.
If you could fix the “shift+track” button behaviour at the same time, it would be appreciated.
Currently, the shift+ track buttons (previous and next) applies to the folder header as well as the tracks within the folder - this makes the shift+track function confusing to use when in the mixer as there are no folders in the mixer! Maybe this is why it crashes in .51 - has SB tried to fix this issue and it didn’t work properly, hence CB .51 crashes when pressing shift?
We’ll provide a direct download to 12.0.50 asap
Cubase Pro 12.0.50 can now be downloaded again.
where can i find ? 12.0.50
November 24, 2022, 3:48pm
While this is not a “solution” – it
is a link to the Cubase 12 Download page for the convenience of those who need to roll back to 12.0.50.
Scroll down to OLDER CUBASE PRO 12 INSTALLERS
November 24, 2022, 9:54pm
Thanks for letting the old version available.
To roll back do we have to uninstall Cubase 12.0.51 completely or we can simply launch the 12.0.50 installer over?
Both on Mac and Windows I uninstalled 12.0.51 and then reinstalled 12.0.50, no settings lost.