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General Sequencer from Steinberg belonging to the Cubase Essential series

Steinberg recently introduced Cubase Essential 4.


Cubase Essential 4 is the entry-level ticket to the world of Cubase.

It comes with the same user interface and Audio Engine as Steinberg’s flagship Cubase 4.
  • Audio + MIDI Recording and Mixing
  • VST3 Plug-In Set (including HALion One and Guitar Amp Simulator)
  • Professional Technology (32-bit Audio Engine, 24-bit/96-kHz Recording)
  • Powerful Editors for MIDI and Audio Processing
  • Media Bay database for sound management
  • AudioWarp realtime time stretching/pitch shifting
  • Cross-Platform: Windows and Mac OS X Universal Binary (compatible with PPC- and Intel-based Macintosh computers)

Cubase Essential 4 (formerly Cubase SE product line) integrates a new set of plug-in effects, the HALion One Sample Player instrument, a great-sounding guitar amp and more than 60 other new features and improvements. With a new Arranger Track, linear and pattern-style arranging is now seamlessly integrated. New AudioWarp realtime time stretching and pitch shifting makes working with loops and tempo-based audio easier than ever.
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