I’ve had this issue as far back as I can remember through multiple Cubase versions. If I have delay effects (insert or send) that are sounding when I happen to stop playback, the effect(s) will continue to sound. Sometimes I use really long delays and they can take over a minute to disappear into silence. This happens with 3rd-party plugins and Sternberg’s built-in ones. Specifically I’m using PSP 84, and Cubase StereoDelay VSTs.
It really is maddening to have the sound continue when I’m trying to edit something or even just think! I have to keep muting the main outputs. The only workaround I have found is to manually turn off and on the plugins which finally shuts them up.
Is there a setting I need to turn on or off?
Please can someone help me?
Model: Mac mini Server (Mid 2011)
OS version: OS X 10.11.6 (El Capitan)
Cubase version: 8.5.20 Pro
Processor: Quad Core 2 GHz Intel Core i7
Memory: 16 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB
Storage: 250GB Flash (System HD), 750 internal SATA HD, 1TB external SATA, 2TB external USB HD, 5TB external USB HD
MOTU 828 mkII FW audio interface
MOTU MIDI Express 128 MIDI interface
Lots of VSTs.