So it’s been a few months since Steinberg released Cubase 9. A maintenance update has since been released which includes many bug fixes and improvements. The 143MB update (510MB for Mac users) is available for free to all existing Cubase 9 users.
Here’s a list of what’s included in the update:
- Fixed an issue where dragging Chord Event across a Divided Track List resulted in a misaligned event.
- Fixed an issue where “Follow Chord Track” was not working correctly.
- Fixed an issue regarding wrong note colors when using “Chord Track” for event colors.
- Fixed an issue where the Quantize Panel did not correctly display the Crossfade section for multi-track usage (via Folder Group Editing).
- Fixed an issue where certain setups of the Input Transformer could crash the application.
- Fixed an issue where pinned Inspector sections were all closed after loading a project.
- Fixed a potential crash issue.
- Fixed an issue where Filter Target “Note is equal to” was stuck on “C”.
- Fixed an issue where using the Search field on the MediaBay could crash the application.
- Fixed an issue where Show/Hide Controller Lanes did not work when Lanes were removed manually beforehand.
- Fixed an issue where resizing the Controller Lane area within the Inplace Editor could crash the application.
- Fixed an issue where note names where displayed with inconsistent enharmonics (e.g. Bb instead of A#).
- Fixed an issue where MicroTuner settings were not applied after reloading a project.
- Improved the compatibility of the number attribute for slurs (for import into Dorico).
- Improved the compatibility in regard to the encoding of tuplets (for import into Dorico).
- Fixed a performance issue when “Auto Select under Cursor” options was activated.
- Fixed an issue where VST 3 plug-ins with special characters could not be used.
- Fixed an issue where StudioEQ presets were missing in Cubase Elements.
- Fixed an issue where panning could be wrong with REVerence.
- Fixed an issue where side split LP/HP bands did not properly change type in Frequency.
- Fixed an issue where the Maximizer output level was not consistent with the readings from the MixConsole metering.
- Fixed an issue where “Open in separate Window” in MIDI Editors was not possible after working in the Controller Lane area.
- Fixed an issue where the Overview Line was missing in Cubase LE, AI and Elements.
- Fixed an issue where new recorded MIDI Parts were not displayed in open Editor tab in the Lower Zone.
- Fixed an issue where remote control devices (e.g. NI Komplete Kontrol) could not follow the parameter mapping correctly while navigating through the track list.
- Fixed an issue where Sample Start/End markers were not correctly set after dragging a resized audio event into the Sampler Control tab.
- Fixed an issue where re-opening the Sampler Control tab showed no content.
- Fixed an issue where the root key color indication on the keyboard display was incorrect.
- Fixed an issue where “Remove unused Media” in the Pool was not working correctly for audio files referenced by the Sampler Track.
- Fixed and issue where no content was displayed in a Sampler Control tab after re-opening the Lower Zone.
- Fixed an issue where creating a sampler track from an MP3 file in the MediaBay crashed the application.
- Fixed an issue where closing the Audio Hardware Setup window (e.g. for UR hardware) could lead to an application which could be no longer operated.
- Fixed an issue where the F1 key did not open the Cubase Help referring to steinberg.help.
- Fixed an issue where the cursor position was not synchronized while scrubbing with the mouse.
- Fixed an synchronization issue using a jog wheel followed by Fast Rewind / Fast Forward commands.
- Fixed an issue where TrackVersions on Signature Tracks could crash the application.
- Fixed an issue that stops the recording when changing the Metronome volume.
- Fixed an issue where no values for all sorts of Transport control related items could be entered by key command if both Transport Panel and Transport Zone were closed.
The Cubase 9 Pro update is available here. Updates are available across the entire Cubase 9 range so download sizes may vary slightly from what’s mentioned above.