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Then i buyed Cubase 5, with the new naming scheme, the naming hansbuch are: Transport – Locate Next Event 2. What do you think?

So, I’m importing, but immediately, there are all sorts of strange inconsisties. How do I delete the indented one and add a header?

And the most important thing: He did confirmed that this feature was replaced by the new naming scheme and the undocumented “export by cycle marker names” feature wil be used by SB as a Nuendo-only feature in the future. I was told that this uandbuch always “an undocumented feature” true”it was accidentally left in the export dialog and from the v5.

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Midi is not the best format for carrying scores information. Lots of other notes are also strangely presented. Edit – Select Events under Cbuase 3. I do whole albums in one project, it’s quicker and easier for me to manage. Should I downgrade to keep only this feature Is there a way to do it en masse?


Extremely important for many of us. As for the layout, that’s easy enough to control.

I really miss my old workflow and it gets me mad everytime i cubaes to type it all over again. It should be a lot more effective. Should I buy the Nuendo for euro just to use this feature? It would be very much appreciated if developpers could add a “marker name” option in the naming scheme menu in the next update!

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Then upgraded to 5. No marker name as it was before, so i had to type every name of every song, again and again and again everytime i do a mixdown. That would be constructive and meaningfull.

The information I got this “removed feature” was from Arnd Kaiser, one of your product planner via PM. Hi, Let’s not have this handbucj go down the obsessive anti Steinberg conspiracy theory road. Do you still have an unanswered question? Users browsing this forum: Was a sound that could kill someone from a distance This would improve my workflow out of sight.

The naming scheme –

To edit or delete the instrument name, right click the staff and select Staff Properties. Then it faded away after some posts, some new bumps came That used to be default and was working smoothly for years, must be somewhat simple to work it in again, no?


I handbucch some topics about it on cubase. Everytime i export tracks i get mad at steinberg, i could understand if it was an error, or if someone forgot to code it back with the implementation of the new scheme.

As mentioned, MIDI is not a verygood format for this sort of thing, so aside from fixing things up by hand, I don’t think there are any good options here.

What is at hand regarding overtaking the name of markers to the export name is the loss of a small undocumented feature because the entire export functionality has been rebuild.

Now on C6 I’m keenly missing this export option. But since cubase 5, a tool has been removed from my toolkit, and now, about 5 or 6 software updates later, with multiple post on the forums, it feels to me that steinberg dosen’t care. A reasonable well formulated feature request as in the OP makes more sense then ranting, hating or blathering about business theories that are not in accordance with the facts.

When lots of guys were getting angry about this incident, now you offered a solution. The film guys need this option, please bring it back.