Cubase 4, Studio 4 and Nuendo 4 updates
Steinberg is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the service release for Cubase 4/Cubase Studio 4 and the new update for Nuendo and for the Nuendo Expansion Kit (NEK), they all go 4.1.2.
The new Cubase update includes a range of minor enhancements, and incorporates feedback from Cubase customers. The new update also officially supports Apple's Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system. The new Cubase Essential 4 will already ship as version 4.1.2 on its release.
The new update for Nuendo and for the Nuendo Expansion Kit (NEK), version 4.1.2, includes a range of minor enhancements for a smoother workflow with Nuendo.
Cubase 4 and Nuendo 4 now fully supports the new Euphonix Artist Series control surfaces which were announced at Winter NAMM 2008, offering outstanding integration between Steinberg’s Cubase 4 Advanced Music Production System and the MC Control and MC Mix products.
Available on Steinberg's website.
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