I am using Cubase for many years now… and I am still missing a very important and cool feature.
Well maybe it already exists and I don’t know about it… but I doubt very much
Let me explain what I still miss in my process of creating music. Lets say you are working on a whole album with 10+ songs… so naturally you will use separate sessions for each song. OK, now you have 10 or more sessions and it’s time to mix them all in a row. At this stage you probably need most track settings (drums, bass, maybe even guitars or even vocals) adjusted exactly the same (EQ, pan and volume settings). At least for starting point. So far I have not found any option to adjust all 9 sessions after the 1st one with 1 or 2 clicks… there are only options to copy/paste settings on each channel or export track archives… but this all takes too much time… Therefore Steinberg team should make something easier where one can save and copy whole bunch of track settings and routing or even full sessions with one click. The easiest way would be to use the track names as the anchor point for copy/paste all setting from one session to another.
If Cubase team needs some help with detailed suggestions I am willing to give more input on this…