Bye-bye dongle, bienvenu Software Licensing. Plus: Cubase 12 to be released in 2022.
Users of Steinberg software (including Cubase and Nuendo) will soon be able to run it without requiring a USB eLicenser.
Steinberg turn the dial up to 11 with a stonking new version of Cubase.
Cubase Pro now features EuCon controller support, and streamlines the process of exporting projects and stems.
For those who want an iOS workflow that closely follows established desktop conventions, Cubasis is probably the most popular DAW/sequencer app currently available.
There's something for everyone in the latest version of Steinberg's flagship music production package.
Steinberg's Cubasis is one of the more popular and powerful DAWs/sequencers for the iPad — and since its first release, this...
Cubase celebrates a milestone birthday with an update that makes almost every aspect of the program slicker and easier to use.
Steinberg’s Cubase has long been a favourite among certain composers and music production professional...
Steinberg have today launched Cubase 9.5, which puts a clear emphasis on user-requested features and...
The latest update to Cubase sees Steinberg’s DAW embrace single-window working and integrated sampling.
Steinberg have today announced Cubase 9, a substantial update to their DAW. The three new versions of...
The latest Cubase update connects Steinberg’s DAW to the cloud, but also brings plenty of improvements for earthbound users.
Cubase iC Pro is a remote app that can control Cubase from either an iPhone, iPad, or Android-based device.
Cubase 8 combines powerful tools from Nuendo with new features such as VCA faders and the ability to render audio in place.
Steinberg have packed a lot of new functionality into their bargain upgrade to Cubase.
In the dim and distant past, Cubasis used to be one of the names Steinberg reserved for junior versions of Cubase...
Steinberg's DAW software has received perhaps its biggest shake-up to date, with a redesigned mixer and some clever chord functions.
It may be ‘only a point five’ update, but there’s plenty on offer in the latest version of Cubase.
Cubase 6 pushes the boundaries of expressive sequencing, while adding polish and new editing functionality to keep existing users happy. Is it all too good to be true?
The first paid-for update to Cubase for two years introduces some major innovations for sequencing and composition, including integrated Melodyne-style pitch correction and editing.
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