OK, you guys are not gonna believe this and I swear I’m not making this up. So again, for the third time today, I did the exact same thing I did the last two times I tried using SHIFT alone to select multiple outs:
1- I opened a project in Cubase.
2- Selected all tracks using SHIFT.
3- Used only SHIFT to select an output for these tracks.
The first two times I did this, it didn’t work and that’s when I came back and posted what you’ve seen so far. I go to try it again, for the third time like I said, and it didn’t work. No surprise there…BUT, this time I kept on trying. With all the tracks still selected, I held down SHIFT to select an output and guess what? It worked! Right in front of my eyes. I couldn’t believe it so I tried again several times and it worked. I even closed Cubase, started a new project (using the ‘Empty’ template), created a few tracks and a group channel and tried it again. It worked! I’m still in shock here because this seems like magic to me, so I apologize for my behaviour here. I simply can’t understand why this is all of the suden working for me, even when Cubase itself says I should be holding the Alt key as well.
I’m gonna restart my computer and see if it still works after that. BRB!