Me too. Exactly as you described it.
Me too, but it’s hard to reproduce. Seems to be pretty random.
Thanks for the confirmations.
Yes the hard part is reproducing the behaviour in a reliable fashion so that Steinberg can figure out what is causing it. I always try to think what I was doing before the problem occurred but so far I haven’t detected a pattern yet.
Does anyone have a work around for this last problem? I usually save a track preset, create a new track from that preset and move all the MIDI clips to the new track but if anyone has any other suggestions please share!
maybe looking into History following the incident could help.
i’ll try to remember doing that next time it happens.
Just confirming I have experienced both of these issues. It also seems random for me.
I haven’t seen this in Cubase 8 yet but it has happened to me several times in 7.5.
This has happened to me for years and is still present in Cubase 9.5. My work around is I press the little down arrow on the muted track to open the volume automation track and then mute then unmute the volume automation and it fixes every time. Would love this to be fixed one day!
It works, thanks a lot.
For the record, i’m experiencing this issue in Cubase 11 when i import a track from another project or i import a previously exported track.
Blimey, this is still there! I’ve had this occasionally for years and years. Doesn’t happen often but when it does it shakes your confidence that you can leave things and they’ll stay as you left them…! Not very good…
FWIW my workaround is just to duplicate the track, the duplicate seems to work fine, then I delete the original. Bit of a faff but it does work… that’s probably why it’s not been looked at for such an inexcusable amount of time…
One day maybe…?