lol guys … i started the subject so i want my share in the sueing bizness !!!
I think Steinberg got more rights than others on midi stuffs (were they the first for that? or only for VST?)
I think that a note repeat mode cant have no copyright…cause it’s only a “repeat mode” with sync (1/4, 1/8 etc)
And I think that “bounce in place”, same has before, being only “putting to wav a portion and immediatly inserting it in the project at exact same place/volume/etc” can’t have no owning rights…
I understand that they may not answer every body, or listen to everything…they could, like POLGARA said, just showin that they’ve seen requests…
And when a loooooooot of people are requesting in one (like that bounce in place), they could say “ok guyz we heard you, gonna work for a new update” … so, first, people buying product can say “nice they listen to us”, plus we could say “ok they will do it, so i ca nwait a bit to have that”
And mostly they could hire (i would like to lol) someone to be only the “social network” guy, who filter requests for programmers…and who could filter technical questions to be answered by pros.
Like one big question that google cant answer (a lot of sites R sayin “yes” other “no”) … i would like to know the exacvt benefit to be in 32bit floating instead of 24 … is it really a little cpu saver cause cubase is 32bit native? is it useless and taking some space for no real advantages etc etc (like i said a lot of threads but no real answer) … they make the program so who better than them to answer deep technical questions?
ps: i really like the forum for all the exchan,ge between users (sometimes with the steinberg guys too)
i dont blame steinberg so much, i still like Cubase by far, i’m just disappointed !!!