Hey Lars, I just updated to 3.0.2 and a little to my disappointment, an issue I found is still present with this update. Granted, I only discovered it yesterday and chances are good you are unaware of it, so here’s what I have noticed:
When you import a midi file into a project, instead of the file going to the track you place it on, a new default instrument track is created automatically (Acoustic Piano) and that is where the midi file will land. In other words, the file doesn’t go to the track you want it to. In addition to this, the name of the midi file doesn’t get displayed when the file is imported into the project, it just displays the instrument name. I know I can just move the midi file to the desired track and delete the created track, but that is a lot of unnecessary work, and the file name still won’t be displayed correctly.
I will add that this is happening on files grouped in folders within more folders. It doesn’t seem to behave this way for the factory midi files that aren’t in folders. I also verified that what I am experiencing here isn’t happening in Cubasis 2, but I can’t be completely sure, since Cubasis 2 doesn’t have folders. So that’s what leads me to think that it has something to do with importing the file from a series of folders. I would like to send a screen recording of this to you, if possible, so you can see exactly what’s happening, in hopes that the issue will be fixed in the next update. Thanks.