Like some others on here, I have struggled with the high contrast new Cubase 13 UI, and I feel for those with visual or reading difficulties. My solution has been to create a pale grey theme that effectively reduces the overall contrast and makes everything feel more legible. It’s very off-brand for Cubase but it’s growing on me. I’ve also stripped out any unnecessary colour, for example in the greys and the fader caps.
There are still a few issues: I don’t like the dark fader strips on the new UI, and as mentioned on another thread, the fonts and button text look janky on my 1440 screen (not my 4K laptop): also, I’d love to be given the choice of bold or regular fonts.
For balance, I should say that overall the update is fine and worth having! The new channel-strip sidebar is useful, although as a left-hander, I’d like the option of putting it on the right side, similar to the modularity of the Halion workspace.
A man after my own heart - that grey theme has been my go-to since Cubase 8. I love what you have working here, except those dark meters that cover up much of my beloved mixer colors that I begged Steinberg to implement.
So basically, allow us to change the text font/color, and allow us to make the dark meters more transparent to let the color through more. Those two things and I think that I’d love this. I haven’t upgraded yet though.
Still no excuse for those blurred faders on mix console which they say is the effect for them.
To me that extra shadow on them gives the impression of fuzziness
It makes your eyes dizzy looking at the faders especially the red ones for inputs and outputs. it’s like seeing double. You may need 3d glasses to make them sharp and clear!! lol.
Nobody from Steinberg yet have said they will fix this