Cubase 4 and Cubase Studio 4 for Real

US Steinbergs hot new version out in October      21/09/06

Cubase 4 and Cubase Studio 4 for Real
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We trailed this on Sonic TALK Podcast 011, but it was still conjecture, now Steinberg have firmed up the facts for us with an official announcement. The new Cubase 4 (we were right there) introduces a number of new features including, SoundFrame universal sound manager, Control Room, 30 new Vst Plugs, 3 new instruments, a redesigned user interface plus enhanced score and notation. More on this later. “We’re very excited about this terrific achievement in music production technology,� says Andreas Stelling, Steinberg’s General Manager. “It’s without doubt the best Cubase ever, and the result of Steinberg’s excellent capability in innovation and strong orientation around the needs of musicians and producers, he adds. Now for those features in full SoundFrame™ universal sound manager helps users organize, preview and retrieve audio, video and project files, patches for software and hardware synths, Track and Instrument Presets and much more, including the powerful MediaBay browser and media file management system Control Room* seamlessly integrates Cubase 4 within analogue monitoring environments with up to four separate monitor mixes, external audio input integration, speaker selection, talkback and more Brand new VST3 plug-in set with over 30 new plug-ins including StudioEQ*, Cloner, ModMachine, AmpSimulator and guitar tuner, new Multiband Compressor and many more New VST instruments: 3 outstanding new synthesizers: Prologue, Spector* and Mystic* as well as HALion One sample player with hundreds of new instruments based on Yamaha Motif waveforms New redesigned user interface with enhanced navigability, configurable channel strip and track inspector as well as a range of new mixer functions Enhanced Score and Notation features further extend Cubase extensive functionality by adding new settings dialogue, symbol inspector and two new score fonts New Instrument Track class accelerates handling of VST Instruments and combines MIDI and plug-in automation within the same track Cross platform support for Windows® and Mac OSX Universal Binary Cubase 4 or Cubase Studio 4?
Cubase Studio 4 is a streamlined version with many of the same technologies that make version 4 the best Cubase ever. Tailored for composers, musicians and project studios as well as students and educators, Cubase Studio 4 offers professional music production technology streamlined to offer a high-quality set of essential tools and features at a lower price point than Cubase 4. Customers updating from Cubase SL3 will find new features such as full score editing and printing, the enhanced AudioWarp functions as well as Studio Connections Recall support. Customers who purchase Cubase 4 will find additional advanced features required for the final production phases including surround support, full Control Room functionality and specialized plug-ins and tools for creating a final mixdown. Price and availability
Cubase 4 and Cubase Studio 4 will ship in October 2006. Cubase 4 will retail for €879.00**, Cubase Studio 4 will retail for €399.00**. * Feature included in Cubase 4 only
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