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Re: I don't understand Cubase users

Post by Raphie » Tue Dec 13, 2016 12:13 pm

MT_ wrote:
NoTrac3 wrote:I think we need more optimism here.
The only thing I was waiting for is HiDPI support. But Cubase 9 is still a blurry low-DPI mess. Period.

A clear dead-end road.
NoTrac3 wrote:We're talking about the best DAW in the market.
Some Mac people state that Logic Pro is much better. (Can’t confirm or disprove this since I’m a PC user though.)
Cubase is CRYSTAL here 2560 * 1600 what are you on about?
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Re: I don't understand Cubase users

Post by folkfreak » Tue Dec 13, 2016 2:15 pm

Are you a Steinberg sockpuppet ?

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Re: I don't understand Cubase users

Post by Raphie » Tue Dec 13, 2016 2:20 pm

folkfreak wrote:Are you a Steinberg sockpuppet ?
Seriously, you mentioned you are on PC, what are you on about?!?
cubase is razorsharp.
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Re: I don't understand Cubase users

Post by jimknopf » Tue Dec 13, 2016 2:43 pm

I don't use giant screens, but at the resolution Raphie refers to, Cubase 9 delivers a clear, well useable screen to me (here on PC) as well.

Coming from that experience, calling Cubase 9 "a blurry low-DPI mess" is nothing but utter nonsense to me. If they deliver higher resolutions one day, fine - but definitely not needed for my everyday use here.

Even worse: to call someone clarifying that obvious nonsense a "Steinberg sockpuppet" is nothing but one of the many moronic, low level, offensive anger comments in here, which I can't take serious in any possible way, ever.

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Re: I don't understand Cubase users

Post by mroekalea » Tue Dec 13, 2016 5:32 pm

blurry low-DPI mess is aplicable for Retina screens on MACS! And if you have a 4K screen with a size of 24 inch you're in the same trouble.
All fonts and graphic components are scaled for real-world resolutions and the screen rela estate beloging with the resolution.

The retina and 4K screens with low real estate are over dimensioned and gives really tiny letters.

And then how we react to each other, man o man, grow up everybody!
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