Hello again @Steinberg,
Draw last clicked clip
Just like @anzwers said,
I want to be able to draw samples like I draw midi notes.
And as @KHS said,
It would be wise to consider this FR as an option in the preferences as somehow it seems to be disrupting legacy user’s workflow:
[ ] Draw last-clicked Audio or Midi clip
When I drag & drop a Clip in the Sequencer (thus creating a new audio track), I’d love for Cubase to remember which clip (and the clip’s size and content’s position + clip’s in & out fades + clip’s volume level etc.), so that when I use the Draw tool, it draws this very last clip I lastly clicked.
And when I use an alternative “Brush” tool (that would be underneath the “Draw” tool drop-down menu), it would “paint” repetitively the same clip I lastly clicked.
If no clip has been selected, Cubase would then understand I want to draw (with the Draw tool) an Empty Clip (to record in if it’s an Audio track, or to draw notes in, if it’s a Midi/Instrument track, that would be named accordingly with incremental numbers, to the track’s name I’m working on)