My suggestion is that markers, Time signatures and tempo changes should be implemented in the main ruler, granting visibility in all the project, including the several MIDI editors (like the piano roll).
- Markers would draw a vertical line in order to really mark the project. The region markers would color the selected region.
- Time Signatures would appear in the main ruler so you can see in which TS you are playing.
- Also, tempo would be attached to the main ruler so you can see how it is evolving in the project.
- Moreover, it would be nice if the main ruler could show beats AND time code (or whatever you choose). In the current version, you have to create several ruler tracks in order to achieve this.
Of course, you would have the tracks (which is what you have in the current version). This would be a new feature.
I suggest this feature because it is one of the strangest things Cubase has. It is VERY easy to lose track of your tempo, markers or time signature as they are in tracks. Yes, you can divide the screen but this doesn’t help very much actually.
Every other main daw has a better management of these things. I thing Cubase 10 should take a look at this and improve them as it deserves.