Originally Posted by Jeezo
phase and interleaved are here and never gone ! can't understand that statement ...
They used to be on every single track, easily accessible and viewable making it easy to tell if there were any tracks that you changed the phase on and if you were mixing any stereo tracks in mono.
As usual, they removed it for no good reason. I don't use the track inspector. It's a waste of time and just takes up screen real estate. There's no reason to have to have it open to see the phase and stereo interleave when it used to be already visible on every track.
What else is new though? Every major version is a step backwards in terms of workflow. Sonar was a step down from Pro Audio and the X series is a step down from Sonar.
I get it - you love the plugins and the pretty colors, but there are those of us who go back far enough to remember when the program was geared towards professionals who had deadlines to meet and needed workflows that helped, rather than hindered meeting those deadlines.
It's frustrating and sad to see the program in its current pathetic state remembering how great it once was and knowing that it's not going to be great again because Sonar needs to go back to 8.5 first and more forward correctly from there before it can attempt to be a serous competitor again in the DAW world.
It's just mind boggling...Cakewalk takes a giant sh*t in your hat over and over again and and you just say, "Thank you. It fits much better now."