Now, I’m not one to avoid criticism at all. I believe when Cubase 9 came out, I had a lot of criticism myself. I’m pretty sure I was disappointed in a lot of stuff.
But I feel like with 9.5 they fixed most of the things I was disappointed in… and now, with version 10, I feel like they made some HUGE additions that are freakin’ crazy amazing, and I’m sure it took them a lot of serious time and work.
And there are a few small things I kinda (slightly) dislike. I don’t like how now when I add an audio track, I have to hit enter twice instead of once. Also, I feel like they made some of the cursor icons a little too big now. But it’s such a small issue that it’s not really worth mentioning. It just takes a little getting used to. I’m sure that those changes and a lot of other changes people are complaining about are probably due to Steinberg preparing to make everything more tablet friendly and stuff like that.
I expected to read a lot more positive threads here in the general forum for Cubase 10, but it seems most of the threads are negative. And it feels like most of the negative posts are nit-picking small things while at the same time ignoring all the huge advances Cubase is making. I’m just curious whether this might be due to a phenomena that people are more likely to review somethhing when they have a negative experience, or if perhaps the changes that I’m excited about only affect me a smaller portion of the community than I originally thought it would affect.
So basically, I can understand being critical, but it just seems like too much. And hardly anyone is expressing anything positive. I mean, this is one of the most feature packed updates I’ve experienced (I’ve had it since version 5). Instead of just negativity, you could say “I like this, but you could you change this?” or… “i liked that better, but good job with this”… I think it’s equally important to let Steinberg know about the things you DO like as the things you don’t like…