This is a kasyak!!!
Where is Steinberg? why are they not answering
Steinberg I’m waiting for your answer!
Same problem here. When selected more than one event in vari audio - there are some additional waves forms/lines appears. They are multiplication of one of these event - exact same lines. Very confusing and irritating bug. Please correct this one! Sometimes I edit 10 events at once - in that case I have 10 additional wave lines!!! This is crazy.
I have no problems with vari audio in C11 - when I open this project in Cubase 11 all is ok. Below screenshot of the same session and events on C11 - everything is ok. It is a Cubase 12 bug.
Have you tried to mess with the settings in the lower zone menu bar?
There you can make only events, all clips etc. visible. However, they are still there, just not visible anymore.
I already mentioned this problem in a different thread. It makes absolutely no sense to show all clips of an event and having to enable each one to be able to edit it. Instead it would be much easier for everyone, if only the active events will show up in the variaudio editor.
Check my thread over here:
I did try different settings. However it was working absolutely ok in Cubase 11 - all events were active to edit and all visible - I’ve never had any problems. I think this is obvious bug in C12 - I hope they will correct it soon. At this moment editing multiple selected events in Vari Audio is simply not possible due to these additional duplicated or multiplied wave curves.
we fix the display of micropitch curves on inactive events in the next maintenance update.
You can set “Clip Display Mode” to “Show Active Clip” to show only the event currently active for editing.
Thanks for your reply! So we’re waiting for the fix in upcoming update.
Thanks, when can we expect an update? It’s just that you have to work with this mode every day(((work is worth it(((you have to open Cubase 11, but it’s not convenient(((we paid money for program 12, but you have to work in the old version to do it(((we are waiting for updates!!!
Found this issue too. Waiting for a fix. (I guess I should have waited with the upgrade … hope I won’t see worse bugs)
@DSabath The workaround sounds good but I cannot find the “Clip Display Mode” option… I’ve searched the manual as well. Can you assist with that?
DSabath This is not a solution to the problem! It’s my job every day, I need to adjust each sample to an already aligned sample (((, and I have to see this, both in pitch and in timing, and it worked perfectly in Cubase 11! What you suggest does not solve the problem , and I cannot see two tracks at the same time, the first one is aligned, and the second one is not(((This is a very big problem that needs to be fixed first, and quickly(((because we work with this every day, and in Cubase 12 this not possible!!!(((. I have to open Cubase 11 and do it all there!. Then the question is? why did I have to buy this raw, non-working update? Please fix it soon. I understand what needs to be done many fixes, but fix this first(((, and release updates to fix this bug. Thank you so much for your understanding.
When editing several tracks in Variaudio, only the one that is higher in the project itself is visible in the foreground. If you need to edit a clip that is lower in the project than any open track with it, then it is in the background and is not visible for editing. I really look forward to fixing the bugs.
They do, they said there’s a fix on the way.
There are a ton of features I’d love to use in Cubase 12. But I use 11, because it’s stable, there are no problems, I’m making money, and in a groove with my projects. I’m not going to risk that groove by updating software.
Are you kidding me? How can one work in such “Variaudio”? Bring back “Variaudio” from the eleventh version!
This is obviously a mess to look at and also a mystery to me how this was not noticed in the development stage and now in the maintenance update. Hopefully this will be in the next maintenance update ASAP.
But they managed to put so many helpful things in this new Cubase release, and with new features there always come some unpredictable behaviours, especially on a multiplatform program, which on top of that also runs 3rd party apps. So this is really a minor “cosmetic” issue compared to the stability/performance issues and therefore will be most probably fixed in a second moment.
PS: Will download the update later and hope the performance issue is fixed! Also really happy to see multi track freeze added to the features.
I am a user since Cubase 7 and compared to that time, Steinberg seems to listen more and more to their users lately. Keep that going!
Hi, i couldn’t tell for sure from your pic what the problem in Variaudio was … is it that the colors appear washed out/not bright?
- When selecting several tracks for editing - only one track opens in Variaudio. In the eleventh version, all selected tracks were opened.
- In Variaudio, the opening of the track occurs from the first measure. In the eleventh version, it opened as it should, at the cursor position.
- The highlighted active track is in the background, but should be in the foreground. In the Eleventh version, the active track was as it should be in the foreground.
- To activate another track in Variaudio, in the eleventh version, it was enough to click on an inactive track with the mouse. And in the twelfth version, there is no way to click the adjacent segment with the mouse,
which is completely inconvenient.
- Vertical scrolling in Variaudio has become very slow, you have to turn the mouse wheel for a very long time. In the eleventh version, everything was fine.
- Pitch curves are now randomly distributed throughout the Variaudio window. Unless the track in Variaudio is loaded from the first measure. Again, in the eleventh version, everything was fine.
Variaudio is one of the main editing tools. I chose Cubase for myself, because it has Variaudio.