So finally after being frustrated with PT 11 I decided to take the Cubase road.
My first impressions are very positive. I put Cubase through some abuse that normally would make PT go straight in to coma. In three days of extensive usage I managed to crash the program once. In PT I lost count. Don’t get me wrong, I love PT for its simplicity and feel, but for now it is just impossible to work with VI’s.
I love the MIDI functions in Cubase. That is something PT could learn from. There is but one thing that I don’t get in Cubase. Believe me, I looked it up in google, this forum and many other places:
How can I place the cursor in a specific place in a clip,( “event” sorry ) without doing it in the top of the whole project timeline ? I would like to be able to place the cursor in a specific point by just clicking with the mouse in that area of the event.
It maybe a stupid question with a simple answer but every tutorial that I watched did not show any other way that clicking in the project timeline and that I find not quiet good.
And if I may ask one more newbie question: are there any settings where I can specify how much the cursor moves (for ex. every 1/16 note) with a shortcut ? Now the cursor moves every frame which is useless in a musical project.
Have some patience. I learn quick