Half Price Cubase For Crossgrades

Cubase LE Crossgrade Special offers up to 50% off Cubase 4 and Cubase Studio 4      13/07/07

Half Price Cubase For Crossgrades


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Steinberg has announced a summer crossgrade special for customers who have purchased hardware products that include Cubase LE. For a limited time, these customers can purchase a crossgrade to full versions of Cubase 4 or Cubase Studio 4 for up to 50% off.
Cubase LE is currently bundled with several hardware products from Alesis, ART, Creative Labs, ESI, E-MU, Hercules, Lexicon, Focusrite, Phonic, Presonus, Pioneer, Mindprint, Tascam, Terratec, TC Electronic, Yamaha, and ZOOM to serve as an introduction to the world of computer music production.
From July 1 until September 30, owners of Cubase LE can move up to the enhanced production capabilities of Cubase Studio 4 or Cubase 4 for up to half price. Steinberg say that new and upgraded features include MediaBay for managing all your sounds, loops and presets, an unlimited number of audio and MIDI tracks, VST instruments, 16 VST MIDI effect plug-ins, VST audio effects, instrument sounds, professional music notation and score printing, a pristine 32-bit floating point audio engine, the newest VST3-Technology, seamless integration of external audio and MIDI hardware, and a redesigned user interface.
To take advantage of this special discounted crossgrade, customers simply register their copy of Cubase LE, print out the page displaying their name and registration and bring it to an authorized Steinberg retailer to receive up to 50% off the price of a fully functional retail version of Cubase 4 or Cubase Studio 4 with an independent license.
Availability:
This special discounted crossgrade is valid from July 1 thru September 30, 2007 and applies to qualified hardware products that include Cubase LE. More information:


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