I found an issue after updating to Cubase Pro 9.5.10 today.
- Select a range of Automation with the Select Tool
- Edit the level of the automation, either by changing the value or dragging the handle
After, the automation is changed in level, but Cubase creates new Automation points for the new level and lets the old ones untouched. The Automation Curve is also deleted and transformed to a straight line.
I hope this is of use for the engineers for the next bugfix release.
- Cubase Pro 9.5.10
Windows 10 Pro x64
This is not a bug, but wanted behaviour since Cubase 9.5.
To don’t make a new automation node, click and drag directly one of the automation node.
Not very desired behavior if I’m concerned. And not wanted by a lot of users, I’m sure. Quite a silly implementation if I’m honest. Is there a way to turn this behavior off?
No, there is no way, how to switch this off. But there is a way, how to use it so that the nodes are not created (as I described). So you have both options implemented at once.
The use case is to don’t change the automation out of your selection.
A good solution would be to have a mod key when you use trim that would keep it from creating new nodes. Then you have the best of both worlds.