SpectraLayers One allows you to tweak vocals that are ‘baked into’ a stereo mix!
Cubase 11’s new SuperVision plug‑in makes it easier for Pro and Artist users to trust their ears.
These audio examples accompany the SOS June 2021 Cubase workshop.
Cubase 11’s Sampler Track makes a great starting point for percussive sound design.
In need of melodic inspiration? Cubase 11's Scale Assistant can help.
These audio examples accompany our Cubase Mastering workshop in SOS April 2021.
Want to try a spot of DIY mastering? You can do so in any version of Cubase 11, including Elements.
Users of Steinberg software (including Cubase and Nuendo) will soon be able to run it without requiring a USB eLicenser.
Audio files to accompany our Cubase workshop.
We explore four ways to make the most of Cubase 11’s new multiband Squasher plug‑in.
Audio files on this page accompany our February 2021 Cubase workshop.
Steinberg turn the dial up to 11 with a stonking new version of Cubase.
The following Audio examples accompany our Cubase: String Theory Part 2 workshop article.
Last month we ‘faked’ some string‑arrangements. Now it’s time to add a human touch.
Cubase Pro now features EuCon controller support, and streamlines the process of exporting projects and stems.
Cubase can help you write and arrange realistic string parts.
Audio examples to accompany Part 1 of our Cubase: String Theory article.
Thinking of collaborating with other musicians/engineers? Here's how to prepare and share your Cubase project data.
Future-proof your projects. We examine the archival options for users of Cubase Elements, Artist or Pro.
Cubase Pro's Spectral Comparison EQ makes it easy to figure out why things sound too different or too similar!
Check out these audio files that accompany this issue's Cubase workshop.
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