One of the great features of Cubase is the In-Place Editor. It’s very useful for aligning MIDI notes with audio.
Monitors are getting larger and larger, but the In-Place Editor still has the same maximum track height as in SX days.
I hope a future Cubase update will have an In-Place Editor with almost “unlimited” height, so that one MIDI and one audio track could fill the screen.
1 Audio track - One quarter of the available height - Large enough to see the waveform clearly.
1 In-Place Editor - Three quarters of the available height - Plenty of room to see several octaves of notes and one controller lane clearly.