I already started another thread but thought this one deserves an own one.
We all saw the great stuff Steinberg has done with Dorico and it looks like a really intuitive scoring tool. Back to Cubase: number 10 in your version history usually feels like a big cornerstone and with that, I don‘t mean a complete overhaul, UI-change or a new audio engine. But the score editor in Cubase…I have followed Cubase‘s development since 1995 and went through nearly every single version my music software drawer can hold in amounts of cardboards and CD‘s which I have accumulated over the decades. This editor has never ever changed. It still has weird bugs and behaviours…it would take me hours to write all of this down. Has anyone ever tried to print a simple score sheet lately? It sucks. It is nearly unusable, feels outdated and antique. And it feels like it deserves an overhaul after so many years. I don‘t really need all the functionality Dorico offers. But it would make sense to implant a „Light“ version into the next major iteration that can replace this mess we have right now.