I’m a long-term Logic user, who was a Cubase user in the 90s. Looking seriously at moving back to Cubase, but I need to close off a few questions about Cubase before I make the switch.
One feature in Logic Pro X I’ve really enjoyed using has been the “track stacks” feature, where I can layer several virtual instruments easily on top of each other to produce a “patch”, and record it as a single MIDI track.
I’m wondering how this is best achieved in Cubase, in situations where I want to make a composite synth sound of, say, an Omnisphere sound and a Massive sound, and record them together.
Track stacks also groups the audio of the layers into one output when chosen in a track stack - is there a quick way in Cubase to do this, or is it a case of running all the layers into an aux channel and then working from there?
Cheers and thanks,