Obviously it can. I will post a proposition on how it could be repaired to useful state later. But the point is that there must be a stop to the practise of software developers to release inferior and damaged products with the hope that they may be fixed some time in the future.J-S-Q wrote:Can it be improved?
We should all make our decisions on how a product work today, not hwe it might work some time in the future. Despute the fact that Cubase 9 has been met with massive criticism, Steinbeg has hardly recognised it. Much less given any indication of if and when the flawed features will be repaired.
Yes, but first you need to find the settings in an endless list of thousands of entries. This would take a long time (possibly hours). It would be much faster to not bother with the undo feature, use your ears and just change the darn parameter(s). This would only take seconds.J-S-Q wrote:In the situation you describe, you could scroll back through the history, copy the settings of a particular channel (or save the EQ settings etc), then bring the history forwards again and paste those settings back onto the channel. Now your channel is the same as it was 30 minutes ago but the rest of your mix adjustments are not lost. USELESS!