Honestly, Cubase is great for mixing, scoring, recording.
But have you tried Bitwig? I just got into it and some things about Cubase makes me really mad. I actually laugh out loud when learning Bitwig just because of those "what the hell" moments all the time, "this is the way it should be done". Im realizing how fast and easy a lot of things can be done in Bitwig that takes so much time and effort in Cubase.. if even possible.
Just to mention some things: macro controllers (impossible to do in Cubase). The vast variety of modulation of VST parameters. Speedy workflow. Integration with eurorack/cv.
Don't get me wrong, Cubase IS awesome for recording and mixing. And Bitwig sucks at recording a band.. or scoring.
Cubase has a lot of legacy code and features, patheticly bad Hitpoint detection (that acts differently in each update more or less). 20 year old Recycle has better hitpoint detection than Cubase 10 ffs.. I think Cubase is stuck, in its traditional way. Real Innovative workflow and features are lacking imho. Right now its mostly copying what others can already do, and mostly not on par. Vocalign as an example.
And still, there are reasons why I use Cubase and not the other traditional daws. Will be using it less and less for making music though.