Steinberg unveils Cubase.Net

A new web community for Cubase users      24/11/99

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LOS ANGELES, CA -November 12, 1999 - Steinberg Soft-und Hardware GmbH, a leading provider of professional music and audio technologies, today announced the launch of http://www.cubase.net, a new web site aimed at building a web community of Cubase users and potential customers. This site will also be the portal for the Internet enabled version of Cubase, hosting a large number of virtual studios that allow Cubase users all over the world to collaborate on music together. It does not replace the corporate web sites (http://www.steinberg.net, http://www.us.steinberg.net), which will continue to be the primary source for Steinberg customer support and product information. Cubase.net is a user community site that not only discusses Steinberg products but everything interesting for Cubase users. It contains product reviews, industry news, the ability to upload MP3 files for exchange, interviews with high profile users and Cubase.TV which will contain video streams of Steinberg events, interviews with VIPs and more. The site allows users to obtain their own free email address@cubase.net, a personal homepage@cubase.net and participate in discussion forums for Mac and Windows users and in the future to lease their own private virtual studios or participate in public studios with Rocket Powered Cubase. " Our aim is to build the largest global music community on the web," comments Rodney Orpheus, Steinberg Director of Information Services. "Thousands of Cubase users can now connect with others worldwide to share interests and music making. Steinberg sees no boundaries for its users. We hope to create something much larger and more dynamic than just a user group but a new global community or set of communities with music as the common thread."
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