Posted by: Tajika

Bugs - 12/14/12 10:55 AM

Working a lot with Neon, I encountered two bugs.

1. When turning the gain of one band (notch) up and down, Neon applies the changes only to one side of the stereo signal while the other side remains unaffected. Only after hitting the channel link button twice, both sides are treated correctly.

2. When changing a gain value with the mousewheel, the automatic analyzer zoom doesn't work. The zoom is only adjusted after changing the frequency as well. The problem only occurs when changing values with the mousewheel (or the Steinberg CC121 controller, which does the same thing).

Both problems exist in Cubase 6.5.3 on OSX 10.8.2, but also existed in older versions of Cubase and OSX.

Would be great to see these bugs corrected. Neon is such a marvellous tool!

Thanks in advance,
Posted by: admin

Re: Bugs - 12/18/12 02:14 PM

Thanks for your report.
We are working on update of Neon.
Posted by: Afl594

Re: Bugs - 12/21/12 10:35 PM

I also found a bug. When I double-click the Q-button and entries a value of 0.71, then the graphic display is displayed the Q-value of 0.65. And when I switch the filter type on or off the graphic display show also different Q-values. This is very confusing.
Posted by: admin

Re: Bugs - 12/27/12 08:38 AM

Thanks for your report.I'm putting this on our list.
Posted by: Tajika

Re: Bugs - 05/02/13 03:47 AM

I need to be more specific (see first post): Both problems only exist when changing the values with the mouse wheel (or cc121 controller). When changing values with click-and-drag, Neon works fine.
Hope that will be fixed in the near future. Thanks in advance.