I upgraded from Cubase 9 to 12 and I feel the direct offline processing of gain is less user friendly than previous versions of Cubase. Does anyone have an opinion?
Firstly, the screen to use it is big with wasted space and I am unable to adjust the size of that screen,
Secondly, I think the older version required a button to be pushed that allowed the gain change to occur instead of using a wheel or inputting a db number in. So I could, for example, put in increments of minus 1db until I found the level I was happy with - each time then pressing the button to process and view the change as well as hear the change. Now I need to put the cursor in the small space press enter and sometimes I don’t even notice a change. hmm this is not well explained.
In this next screen shot I have tried to show some of what is happening. I have adjusted one sound wave but moved to the second, putting in a db number directly in has not caused a change, so I have used the wheel. Trying to get to -4db I have accidently stopped at -5db and then asked if the new version should only apply to the selected region etc Although happy to be asked it has slowed the process a bit. Then when I do get to the -db I want it has for some reason default changed the first are I was working on and not the second that I wished to change.