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Finally, the "play list" function .... !!! - Reviews Steinberg Cubase 7

If it took 11 version of Pro Tools to be able to do a quick export, it will be version 7.5 of Cubase to benefit from the "play list" function.

The "play list" allows you to save multiple versions of the same track (ex. Singing soloist) without having to create new tracks.

Management and editing are simplified, faster, differently from Pro Tools, but equally effective: Cubase uses the copy / paste function while Pro Tools uses a small arrow that sets the selection in the main track. In both cases the selection takes place without risk of offset.

In order not to clutter your screen, the play list opens and closes.

The tool is especially useful for instruments with many tracks (drums), which so far was really galley ...

Praise you Lord Steinberg, you finally heard and answered the prayers of users ...

PS. Little tip for installation on Mac. The installation is by default 32 bits.
To switch to 64-bit, click the icon of non-activated software, go to setting and change. Cubase will open in 64 bits.