Wild… so the name on the event doesn’t exist in the pool?
Coming from 6.5.3 that was rock solid, I updated to 7.0 at day one and never had a freeze or crash…ever… Of course a lot of bugs and minor problems but nothing that prevented me from working as usual. 7.0.1 improved a lot of annoying issues and still is solid.
So I wonder what is happenning with you guys who get an unstable and rather unusable cubase. Could this be hardware related? Or perhaps something messed up with 3d party plugins, or because working with older versions projects ( which is what I do obviously because I come from 6.5.3, and again I never had any big, “unstably” issue. )
I’m not blaming anyone on their hardware , or how their system is managed, but I truely do wonder why some people have solid stable systems (yet still perfectible), and others simply can’t work anymore after updating to 7.
A lot of it probably has to do with how the person actually works. If part of your routine or x-y-z procedure uses a feature that causes a crash or temporary freeze for instance… plugin instabilities with the new version… hardware too…
wel i wonder how many people are going to be satisfied tomorrow ?
My prediction … about 100 “you guys rock” posts from people who didn’t even install the patch yet, intermixed with about 100 “you guys suck” posts from people who didn’t even install the patch yet. Then about two days later the actual fall-out from the patch will begin.
true … thats if it’s even released tomorrow lol
true that!.. i’ve been in a creative coma since day 1 of C 7 when the 8 cmc’s went into some sort of Amusement-park-mode, a lot of my belowed UA-plug’s started fuzzing e.t.c
So i look forward to the 7.0.2 tomorrow…It really can’t be any worse.
I have HUGE graphics problems using 7 & 7.01 where cubase locks all other graphics up on the computer so i can’t even access a folder on the computer. I can’t bring a sample in from a folder. I can’t run any program in the background.
Not a problem I’ve ever had with ANY other program before & it goes away as soon as i close down cubase. Insane.
Don’t have much hope for 7.02 to be honest.
Since it is unusable I have to pretend that it doesn’t exist but I’m having soo much fun with Ableton 9 Beta that i’m not too bothered.
I just got my C7 today and am about to install it.
I’ve backed up all my old projects (can’t believe I was still on SX3 for so long!) so should be ready to rock & roll with this new update.
Are we there yet? here in Australia, it’s the 18th … After all the probs i’ve been having , i m so so so sooo looking forward to this update. Hoping after this update i’ll finally be able to use 7 And i’m now armed with a few new tweeks to try and lasso this baby! Fingers and toes crossed
It will likely be some time during the 19th for Australia and NZ since Germany is closer to the Greenwich Meridian (but I admit I have no idea how international time works).
Many of the crashes I get is related to graphic functions i believe. And I dont think they are called from plugins but im not sure. Lot’s of new graphics in 7…
yep it certainly isn’t c7 thats the problem there and enjoy Ableton 9 , tut ta
Ya es 18!!!
It is 18, what time will the upgrade to Cubase 7.0.2?
Usually update it is sometime in the afternoon afaik. I guess round 17h central european time.
This will be the page: http://www.steinberg.net/en/support/downloads/downloads_cubase_7.html (I think)
Still waiting here in GM Time, but don’t really hold out much hope (hope I’m wrong though) for a major improvement.
I think Cubase 7 is still in nappies and is being potty trained by its developers, and instead of giving it a good test with major operating systems (OS X & MS) before it’s released to the public, they give it to us to be the testers.
IMO Steinberg better be careful as they are very likely to get system users getting fed up of unstable systems and deciding to opt for another DAW like Logic or DP 8 etc, that actually work well.
The fact that so many C7 users are having major problems with C7 should be a BIG embarrassment to Steinberg whom consider themselves to be one of the best professional DAWs in the music industry…really
Cubase is one of the best DAWs. I’m waiting for all the posts saying ‘sorry, it was a plugin/mouse driver (already had one of those)/graphics driver etc’ issue instead of Cubase that was causing the problems.
C7.0.1 is running beautifully here. Not one issue, apart from not having more than 24 in a day to use it. It’s brilliant.
Waiting the release I’ve working with 7.0.1 these days and I experienced some minor bugs, like a track with 130 channels and mixer console faders freezed. But no major problems at all.
Hope this release make you guys more happy