Cubase 10.0.20 released

shomynik

Active Member
Hm, I'm getting some weird freezes with a bunch of multi-out instr.tracks disabled. I just disabled them in my existent template and when I stop playback, there is a freeze for a 2-3 sec, so everything stops and only after those 2-3 sec the reverb tails are heard. Also, often there is a delay for a playback start. There is no such a behavior when I return all those tracks in enabled state.

Anyone have these issues?
 

Phil81

Active Member
Hm, I'm getting some weird freezes with a bunch of multi-out instr.tracks disabled. I just disabled them in my existent template and when I stop playback, there is a freeze for a 2-3 sec, so everything stops and only after those 2-3 sec the reverb tails are heard. Also, often there is a delay for a playback start. There is no such a behavior when I return all those tracks in enabled state.

Anyone have these issues?
Yeah. Some VSTS are acting erratically with Cubase 10.0.20.
 

Phil81

Active Member
I've stayed at 8.4 and like it just fine, thank you! :)
Either Steinberg or the VST manufacturers will soon release patches for their software anyway - so I’m ok. I do however feel the need to start applying the same philosophy I use when purchasing gear in the software realm as well - to always buy the previous generation versions of everything to achieve maximum reliability.
 

Parsifal666

I don't even own a DAW, I'm just a troll.
Either Steinberg or the VST manufacturers will soon release patches for their software anyway - so I’m ok. I do however feel the need to start applying the same philosophy I use when purchasing gear in the software realm as well - to always buy the previous generation versions of everything to achieve maximum reliability.
I've heard some folk say that of Windows...there are people still happy with 7.
 

richardt4520

Active Member
I'm having quite an ok experience with W10, but then again, I'm on a i9 9900k system.
I've got Win10 on most of my pcs. Nothing wrong with it but it'd be nice to have the option to install without all the junk apps and services MS installs by default. Since they've switched to a service model, that's not likely to happen. I am jealous of your system though! Nice!
 

Phil81

Active Member
I've got Win10 on most of my pcs. Nothing wrong with it but it'd be nice to have the option to install without all the junk apps and services MS installs by default. Since they've switched to a service model, that's not likely to happen. I am jealous of your system though! Nice!
If this helps: https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/how-to-reinstall-windows-10-without-bloatware

I also wonder if anyone has W10 Enterprise in the studio to see if it is a good investment or not.
 

Parsifal666

I don't even own a DAW, I'm just a troll.
Windows 9, Dell Inspiron, 32 gig RAM, 1 TB. Been with Dell for over twelve years now. They finally fixed that awful fan problem.
 

richardt4520

Active Member
32GB is all the memory I'm running in my DAW as well and I'm not running into much of a bottleneck on Win7 with it either, surprisingly. As they say, if it works......
 
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AllanH

AllanH

Senior Member
If this helps: https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/how-to-reinstall-windows-10-without-bloatware

I also wonder if anyone has W10 Enterprise in the studio to see if it is a good investment or not.
The best we can do as individuals it to get W10 Pro.

Windows Enterprise, from my experience, requires an enterprise license, SA, etc. Much of the "bloat" gets removed as part of providing the appropriate SCCM image. For instance, you can choose to exclude Edge as part of your image. This is helpful, but requires substantial skills.
 

MarcusD

Active Member
Just incase it happens to anyone else... The patch didn't install to the default location as normal (for some reason) and placed patch contents outside the root folder. Which caused all kinds of issues with Cubase. If you get error codes or VSTs not showing up after patching, check that the patch hasn't been placed outside the root. If so just move the contents back into to root and replace when prompted.
 

resonate

Member
And for those of us long suffering souls - after many years, CAN13024 is fixed! Multi out Track Archives and Disabled Tracks now work reliably.
I just tried Cubase 10.0.20 after a looong break. What still doesnt work for me, is Quick controls do not respond after :

1) setting up quick controls for a track, vi instrument for example
2) disabling a track
3) saving and closing
4) on project reload, re enabling the track welcomes us with quick controls for that track not responding as it was set up.

Am I missing anything? Does anyone use quick controls and track enable/disable together?

p.s. This is on a Mac, OS is Sierra 10.12.6
 

Mandaman

Member
I just tried Cubase 10.0.20 after a looong break. What still doesnt work for me, is Quick controls
I'm a fan of track quick controls and use them on all my MIDI/instrument tracks, so this is bad news. Anybody else having problems with this?