I’m demo-ing Cubase 7.5 on my system. I am an experienced Cubase 6.5 user running it OS X Mountain Lion.
I was trying out the new ‘Tab To Transient’ feature on an audio track.
And while I noticed that the transients were displayed, when I hit ‘Tab’, I ended up cycling through the menus on the Inspector Window instead of transients on the audio track itself.
The only way that I could get it to behave like ProTools was using ‘Go To Next Hitpoint’ and ‘Go To Previous Hitpoint’ and the respective key commands which are Opt+N and Opt+B. (which worked great, of course)
Did I misunderstand that ‘Tab To Transient’ is not literally done using ‘Tab’? Or is there some setting I’m missing… Or is it just not in the demo version?
I just ended up making key commands for “Calculate Hitpoints” and “Remove Hitpoints” it’s a little odd to me to have to do this as well coming from Pro Tools doing that so much over the years and never thinking about calculating the transients.