I’ve been using 4 monitor for some years now, all the same size/resolution. Recently I reconsidered how I had been using Workspaces and came up with a new scheme that I’m really liking.
Previously I had built Workspaces based around different tasks - writing, tracking, mixing, etc. Then I realized that the only things I really cared about were the locations of the Project & MixConsole Windows. Everything else would open & close, move around and generally be totally different between Projects. So now I look at Workspaces as known starting points.
Except for a couple of specialized Workspaces for something like Media Bay, all my Workspaces only use 3 elements - Project, MixConsole & Blank. Now Blank just means there is no specific Cubase Window on that monitor - these are were all the Project specific, misc. Windows tend to collect - editors, plug-ins, PDFs, etc. Now my Workspaces are just named left to right what’s on them.
Some have Windows that expand across multiple monitors. Gotta say having the MixConsole display 80+ Tracks across 3 monitors with no scrolling felt very cool.
TIP: If you stretch a Window across multiple monitors you can end up with buttons straddling the split between monitors. To avoid this make sure to put your Left & Right Dividers next to each other. This will park your buttons on one side or the other.
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