Steinberg Cubase 6.0.3
Steinberg has released the 6.0.3 maintenance update to its music recording and production systems Cubase 6, Cubase Artist 6 and Cubase Elements 6.
Based on community feedback, the 6.0.3 update provides several improvements, such as refined event opacity handling, enhanced gridline representation, Euphonix/Avid MC Pro remote control support and more efficient playback performance of HD video formats. In addition, several issues have been resolved.
Issues resolved in 6.0.3:
- Folder track: When expanding a folder track, the track list now doesn't scroll to keep the focus on the track folder.
- AudioWarp: When playing back warped material in a loop for an extended time, the audio quality remains intact (PC Windows only).
- AudioWarp: A warped audio event now stays in sync, also when placed in a part with multiple splits and the project includes tempo changes.
- AudioWarp: A potential AudioWarp issue with shifted audio events, when changing the tempo in the Sample Editor toolbar, has been resolved.
- VariAudio: After flattening VariAudio modifications, the solo state in the Sample Editor behaves correctly.
- VariAudio: Under specific circumstances, the VariAudio analysis could render the application unresponsive.
- Key Commands: Applying user-created key command presets doesn't open the Preset Browser anymore.
- Macro: Deleting a macro will not lead to rendering the application unreliable.
- Quantize: Some quantizing errata for Audio Events is corrected.
- Quantize: Iterative quantizing for audio events behaves correctly and approximates the chosen quantize preset and grid value.
- VST Expression: Chasing MIDI CCs for VST Dynamics works correctly now.
- VST Expression: if a project used Note Expression data, the Tempo Detection doesn't lead to potential instability of the application.
- Freeze: Opening a project with frozen channels now allows proper editing of plug-ins loaded in Insert slots 7 & 8.
- Input Transformer: The "Off Velocity" parameter has been added to the Input Transformer.
- Metronome: Distortion at certain sample rates when using user-samples for the Metronome has been eliminated.
- ReWire: Improved playback/transport synchronicity using Reason, respectively for ReWire connected applications.
- Plug-in: Producing additional ASIO load when enabling the improved silence detection in the MonoDelay plug-in has been resolved.
- Plug-in: The LFO waveform state is now displayed correctly in the AutoPan plug-in.
- Plug-in: An issue has been resolved, where Spector doesn't display the current spectrum correctly.
- Score: Erratic track arming issue resolved in conjunction with open Score Editor and changing layouts.
- Score: Under certain conditions Crescendi symbols on page 1 could appear on the following Score pages. This issue has been resolved.
- Score: The Zoom Tool in the Score Editor behaves correctly now.
- Score: An issue has been resolved, where the Delete Overlaps function deleted preceding events under certain conditions.
- Score: Bottom staffs are no longer selected when scrolling pages.
- Score: Potential issues with MusicXML files exported from Finale and imported to Cubase have been resolved.
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