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    Steinberg Dorico 3

    Notation Software

    Steinberg's innovative notation package reaches version 3 — and maturity?

    Reviews Feb 2020
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    Steinberg SpectraLayers Pro 6

    Spectral Editing Software

    With their first update since buying this innovative spectral editing software, Steinberg have integrated it into ARA-compatible DAW programs.

    Reviews Dec 2019
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    Should Musicians Move To A 64-bit OS?

    64-bit Computing

    In theory, 64-bit operating systems allow us to use as much RAM as our software demands. So should we all be using them?

    Techniques Nov 2010
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    Solving Directmusic Timing Problems In Cubase SX & Nuendo

    PC Notes

    We tackle a Directmusic timing problem in Cubase SX and Nuendo, catch up with Gigastudio news, and bring some great freebie plug-ins and VSTis to your attention...

    Techniques Apr 2005
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    CD-burning • Gigastudio 3 Tips • Cubase SX3 Dongle

    PC Notes

    PC Notes comes across CD-burning problems, offers some Gigastudio 3 tips, and warns against a possible pitfall when updating a Cubase SX3 dongle.

    Techniques Feb 2005
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    Cubase SX Processor Choices

    PC Notes

    Steinberg have made available the results from a set of uniform Cubase SX tests that pitted different computers against each other — but what does it all mean for your choice of processor?

    Techniques Feb 2004
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    By recording the MIDI Note On message (shown here as a clump of negative-going pulses on the bottom trace) and the audio output produced by a synth (top trace), you can measure the time between them. Here it's about 17ms -- at the top of the range for com

    The Truth About Latency: Part 1

    Soft Synth Latency & Latency Jitter: Real-world Tests

    Theoretical figures and manufacturers' measurements may suggest that the latency of your soft synths is negligible — but that's no use if their timing is all over the place when you actually play them. Our real-world results give you the true picture.

    Techniques Sep 2002
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