Weird: I found the “plugin information” window which shows categories for all your plugins, but there seems to be no way to actually EDIT this information! DARN!!! I wonder why the didn’t just add the ability to edit?! Guess I have to go back to “view by vendor” in order to actually have my plugins organized?
edit: I see thats what you recommend too Steve - will add it and roll on. at least Cubase has a search feature to make loading plugins faster.
As for leaving Logic for Cubase, I cant say I’m fully switched. Used Logic for years and know it pretty well, but I have a composer I collaborate with on occasion and he uses Cubase. Though I can get the work done in Logic, on his last project I tried using Cubase 6.5 demo and I enjoyed it very much, as it has some REALLY cool features - track folders, use of multiple ports in Kontakt / VE pro, custom macros you can assign to key commands, arrange page split, the fact VST plugins accept midi in/out (AU’s do not) etc - but couldn’t justify owing it. I found Cubase 6 on a blowout sale last week (with free upgrade to Cubase 7) and thought I would buy it if anything to be able to collaborate again in the future.
Going to try it on my next AeonSatori song and see how it goes, and was trying to setup a template when I ran into this issue. Probably going to run into quite a few questions, so hopefully you all dont mind! BTW, thank you Steinberg for offering a fully functional 30 day demo of your software. In all honesty if it wasn’t for being able to demo Cubase on a project, I wouldn’t have ever purchased the program!