Cubase 10 crashes when you try to
- create a new track,
- load an instrument,
- open a project,
- copy and paste events between projects or
access the lanes of a track.
It turned out that the Auto Track Color Mode settings 'Use Last Applied Color' and 'Use Previous Track Color' can affect the stability of Cubase 10.
This issue will be fixed with the next maintenance update for Cubase 10. Until then, please make sure you are using the default Auto Track Color Mode.
- Start Cubase.
- If you haven't disabled it, the Steinberg Hub window appears.
Do not open or create a project. Instead, click on [Cancel] to close the Steinberg Hub window.
- Select 'Preferences...' from the Edit (Windows) resp. Cubase (Mac) menu.
- Go to Event Display ▸ Tracks ▸ Auto Track Color Mode.
- Select 'Use Default Track Color'. This is the default setting which is active when Cubase is being started the first time.
If Cubase 10 still seems to be unstable after you've switched to the default Auto Track Color Mode, please refer to the general troubleshooting guide for Cubase and follow the instructions on how to initialize preferences : Windows | Mac