Can any moderators comment on when the possibility of a new version of VST Transit is going to be released?
I’m trying to get this collaboration system to work, but it’s just buggy. I keep trying to upload a project and it gets hung up on rendering a midi file that grows to over 60 gig. I have to force quit Cubase. This problem along with the laggy interface, unable to hide tracks, no way to use freezed vst instruments, etc…just makes this implementation unprofessional and not ready for prime time.
It’s unfortunate that I convinced a friend to purchase Cubase so that we can collaborate in the cloud and it’s turning into an exercise in frustration.
And yes, I’m using the most current version of Cubase Pro 10.5 on new Mac hardware.
I’m not trying to be a hater, I’ve used, supported and defended Cubase since the Atari ST days. But it now seems like Steinberg, which is normal on the cutting edge with innovative technology that works, is falling behind it’s competition in this critical aspect. Pro tools appears to have figured out the cloud collaborative process and even the old Ohm Studio can function better. It seems like Steinberg has been sitting on this technology without investing in it’s development. Over a year without an update is a pretty sad state of affairs in the world of software.
So for anyone who would say, “Well, your comparing Cubase to other software that you think is better, so shut up and leave,” I’m sorry but that is not the answer I am looking for. I love Cubase with all it’s functionality and workflow and I’m just looking for answers that can help guide me for the next six months.
In these times, where we have to work in the cloud from home for the unseeable future, how is Steinberg going to keep loyal customers like me from going to the dark side of Pro Tools whether we want to or not?