Thankfully, the “Get HD files” when getting mono files is fixed. (reported here: https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=221&t=198473 )
Thanks very much.
3 things I noticed so far.
The Compressor, EQ, and Inserts… though they do have individual settings per channel (unlike the Reverb which is global and based on the send level per channel)… there’s still one thing that stays the same regardless of what channel you’re on: the on/off button. So, if I have a compressor setting for, say, the mic channel… and a different compressor setting for the instrument channel, if I turn one compressor off, the other one goes off too. So I have to have both compressors on… or off… I can never have just 1 on and 1 off.
(Note: this may just be the visual representation of on/off since I didn’t check the actual processing. I was just clicking around and checking things.)
When doing multiple takes, the stereo file is always put into a new lane, and the stereo HD file fetched afterwards (using “Get HD files”) is too… but the mono files that are fetched are not put into separate lanes. (Not a huge deal, of course, but a bit of a pita.)
Just a request… the rotary knobs don’t work very smoothly. I can click on, like, the Monitor Perf button and make it easily jump from a level 3 volume, to a level 9 volume, depending on where I click… or if I just click and drag my mouse from left to right. Again it just jumps up to 9. Volume levels should increase incrementally, slowly, UNLESS I click directly on the exact area of the rotary knob where I want the volume to be, which is not the case at the moment. If I click ever so slightly to the right of the center of the knob… I mean a fraction of a hair, the volume just jumps to 9. This kind of thing is dangerous in headphones, which is pretty much 100% of what people are using to monitor when using this software.