I have Cubase 11 Pro- there are many things I love however I have come across two things that are really strange and surely fixable:
I have an Apogee Element 24 and I will usually record acoustic guitar with 2 mics. When I create 2 audio tracks at the same time for example in Logic or Pro Tools, the DAW automatically knows to create track 1 with mono input 1, and track 2 with mono input 2. Cubase seems to default to the same input for both.
Compounding matters, in the create track window it shows the element I/O as it really is, with the mono inputs. But when you have both tracks created and then you have to go to each of the audio track inspectors to check the input it shows only stereo inputs left and right. I have to manually go in and tell Cubase to make track 2 the right “stereo” input. What I have been doing as a work-around is to just create one track at a time so I can use the mono inputs as they actually are. What am I missing here?
In Logic, Pro Tools or Studio One if you save your project name it puts everything in a folder. My external drive Cubase folder is a total mess and it keeps putting new projects inside of “Untitled” folders even though I saved the file as say “Gibson Test” or what have you. I’ve been reading that people use a backup feature? Is that really what you have to do to save things in a named saved folder?
I would really like to have Cubase be my DAW so hopefully I am missing something!
What say you?