Yesterday, Cubase told me this:
What had I done?
In the project for Erlanger Programm, I had tried to open the folder for the b part.
(For those of you not familiar with Cubase: you can arrange tracks in your project view in folders, which you can then open and close, thus allowing you to make your screen a little more tidy, especially if the track count exceeds 200 or so).
And before that, nothing big – except for working on sound design tasks for close to two hours.
I said something on twitter:
To which Steinberg offered a reply quickly:
Mhmm, let’s see – might I want this?
Honestly, I’m rather pissed.
Somehow, I was able to work around the issue so far. However, this is a new item in a line of events in using Cubase with a somewhat bigger project – with which it can’t cope.
To contextualize Steinberg’s claim “Cubase helps artists, producers and engineers around the globe to create projects a whole lot easier.“…
That is true…as long as your music is tiny pop songs or similar.