I’ll only focus on positive stuff …
Halion Sonic SE: I can’t say off hand that it has many more or better sounds than Halion One did in C5 (they sound the same to me at first listen) but the routing and editing is pretty good so “winner”.
Import Midi File / Destination: Good choices… Instrument, MIDI, or Halion Sonic.
Mouse Over: This is a small thing but a pretty good improvement over C5 imo. You no longer have to actually select clips to size, fade or use the volume handle so “reduced clicks” in that case and good move.
New Graphic Look: Not really new to me having used Sequel for a few years but it looks good on Cubase, the clips ect, etc.
- Move Selected Tracks To New Folder: This is a no-brainer and way overdue. Good one. My only question would be why doesn’t it work in the mixer for groups the same way. Anyway, good stuff.
I don’t really have a need for note expression and I haven’t tested the new stretching yet although I’m pretty familiar with Elastique Pro so I think I can safely say that it will sound good without even hearing it.