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Steinberg Cubase Studio 5

General Sequencer from Steinberg belonging to the Cubase Studio series.

Steinberg announced an upcoming free update to its Cubase 5 and Cubase Studio 5 Music Production Systems.

The free update to version 5.5 adds new features and capabilities as well as a range of enhancements to existing instruments, functionality and workflow. The update will be available in Q2 2010 for all registered customers of Cubase 5 and Cubase Studio 5 at www.steinberg.net.

The 5.5 update includes new enhancements for the Cubase audio engine designed to boost performance in several areas, including improved resource handling for computers with multiple cores. Additionally, the included REVerence* convolution reverb and LoopMash* beat production tool have both been modified to offer better CPU efficiency, while the VST Bridge technology has also been updated to offer improved compatibility when using 32-bit VST plug-ins within a native 64-bit production environment, according to Steinberg.

Cubase 5.5 also sees a range of enhancements for both mixing and video work. Cubase users will note a new look to the Automation Panel, which also offers new automation commands such as new added Fill modes and improved Trim automation. The Quick Control system has now been extended to Group, FX, input and output channels, with a view to offering faster access to key parameters across a range of track classes. The new video engine offers full HD support, scalable performance and adds video playback capability via FireWire to the PC platform.

A range of new features have been included that are designed to speed up workflow and boost creativity in key areas. The MediaBay sound management system has seen an overhaul with new features such as the Memo Recorder and integrated Virtual Keyboard, while the scrubbing function has been reengineered to offer enhanced audio quality and smoothness when scrubbing through audio. The Infoline display and toolbars also see GUI improvements to aid visibility and quick editing, while the Channel Batch Export window now features added export options.

The update to Cubase 5.5 and Cubase Studio 5.5 will be available Q2 2010 from www.steinberg.net free of charge for all registered Cubase 5 and Cubase Studio 5 customers.

*Feature only available as part of Cubase 5.5
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