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Steinberg Cubase SE

General Sequencer from Steinberg belonging to the Cubase SE series

12 reviews

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Steinberg Cubase SEPublished on 03/14/09 at 21:01
(Originally written by Azimut2/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
No installation problems but that's the minimum you can ask for. However it requires a USB key so you'll have one USB port less on your computer. Given this condition why isn't it possible to load the software directly from the USB key? When you switch between you desktop and laptop you have to always think of the USB key.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Pentium IV 2.4 GHz, 1 GB Ram, 7200 rpm HDD.

The software doesn't work properly. Some features don't work (for example the delete function for markers).

This software is unusable.

OVERALL OPINION

I don't use it anymore because the customer support doesn't answer my...…
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(Originally written by Azimut2/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
No installation problems but that's the minimum you can ask for. However it requires a USB key so you'll have one USB port less on your computer. Given this condition why isn't it possible to load the software directly from the USB key? When you switch between you desktop and laptop you have to always think of the USB key.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Pentium IV 2.4 GHz, 1 GB Ram, 7200 rpm HDD.

The software doesn't work properly. Some features don't work (for example the delete function for markers).

This software is unusable.

OVERALL OPINION

I don't use it anymore because the customer support doesn't answer my questions anymore.

I bought Cakewalk Music Creator 4, which is much better and works properly.

I strongly recommend you to avoid buying Cubase SE 3.

For the same price MC 4 is much better.
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Anonymous

Difficult to begin with!

Steinberg Cubase SEPublished on 04/05/12 at 01:53
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Installation is no problem, no key to Steinberg Cubase Se 1.
Configuration not easy.
Manual: 4 large folders of PDF Cubase 1.
A incompatilibilité.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Sound Card Edirol UA-20.
The software works very well .. Ect
Stables software.

OVERALL OPINION

Use the software for 4 years.
On the other tried as Cubase SX demo.
Travaillier midi notes & audio.
Qualities & Price: 160 Euro.
I do again my choice for Cubase Element 6 or 6.5
Sequel & 3 with USB Key Steinberg ... …
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Installation is no problem, no key to Steinberg Cubase Se 1.
Configuration not easy.
Manual: 4 large folders of PDF Cubase 1.
A incompatilibilité.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Sound Card Edirol UA-20.
The software works very well .. Ect
Stables software.

OVERALL OPINION

Use the software for 4 years.
On the other tried as Cubase SX demo.
Travaillier midi notes & audio.
Qualities & Price: 160 Euro.
I do again my choice for Cubase Element 6 or 6.5
Sequel & 3 with USB Key Steinberg ...
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los witassoslos witassos

Steinberg Cubase SEPublished on 02/20/04 at 22:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It seems to me that Cubase SE is the version of Cubase integrated into the "pack" STUDIO CASE I just bought 15 days ago.

Installation is very easy. In addition to the software itself, you must install the key anti-piracy USD
The manual (in French) does that make the first move and then you print more items from the CD in Acrobat Reader (for up-dates should follow the manual on the site Steinberg)

The configuration of the peripheral elements is as simple virtual instruments (VST)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

On my computer PIV 3.06 GHz, 512 RAM and a sound card EDIROL UA-1000, I have obviously no compatibility issues all of which are new.

I have not pushed the config into a...…
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It seems to me that Cubase SE is the version of Cubase integrated into the "pack" STUDIO CASE I just bought 15 days ago.

Installation is very easy. In addition to the software itself, you must install the key anti-piracy USD
The manual (in French) does that make the first move and then you print more items from the CD in Acrobat Reader (for up-dates should follow the manual on the site Steinberg)

The configuration of the peripheral elements is as simple virtual instruments (VST)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

On my computer PIV 3.06 GHz, 512 RAM and a sound card EDIROL UA-1000, I have obviously no compatibility issues all of which are new.

I have not pushed the config into a corner (as long as I'll never!) But I did test by multiplying the audio tracks with effects of soft, midi and VST and I can not receive any Latency.

It takes a few hours to discover little by little the articulation of the menu "Devices" and find a way of working staff.

OVERALL OPINION

Balance I am like a child with my Nuveau "home studio" and I can not take off.

Compared to my Fostex DMT-8 multitrack and Cubasis noon, having a universe entirely grapique is a comfort that allows to consider the composition in a different light, can finally inherits cut and paste, use the track tempo, never fiddle passages on ternary quantizer binary to program fades in and fades out without having to play before the backup.

Only "fault" of the new config, I can only throw my DAT, I Miniverb my multitrack, all of which are already integrated into the beast ...!
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NicopoleNicopole

Steinberg Cubase SEPublished on 10/06/04 at 04:29
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Problem-free installation
No incompatibilitbr /> Config ultra simple yet with everything that is in as great
Full manual trs ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Portable Mac G4 1GHz MRAM 512
Software works perfectly
Performance? It possde any of a large Cubase SX, finally I talk to I really need, I served as a platform for recording and programming instrument VST (DKFH, Absynth ..)
All options are clear and simple to take in hand, in quality 24bit audio, effect Intgr basic (nothing too exciting but good), MIDI programming tool essential (VLOC quantification, short everything it takes), masterering super simple and automation take over, using the pencil trace the curve of the...…
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Problem-free installation
No incompatibilitbr /> Config ultra simple yet with everything that is in as great
Full manual trs ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Portable Mac G4 1GHz MRAM 512
Software works perfectly
Performance? It possde any of a large Cubase SX, finally I talk to I really need, I served as a platform for recording and programming instrument VST (DKFH, Absynth ..)
All options are clear and simple to take in hand, in quality 24bit audio, effect Intgr basic (nothing too exciting but good), MIDI programming tool essential (VLOC quantification, short everything it takes), masterering super simple and automation take over, using the pencil trace the curve of the desired volume, equalization ... I even used to grate the live samples and no crash. In short it is a comprehensive tool that allows me to discovering the world and much of the studio, in the end its startling rsultats.

OVERALL OPINION

For six months and I can boast of well take it in hand, but it is really simple and groping a little while so we can immediately find same.

I like everything and I like less than the rest!

I cubase SX PC version and indeed my only features suplmentaire never served, I think we know what we want to do with it.

Price includes quality incomparable know-how Steinberg bonus.

I would do the same choice!
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberg
  • Model: Cubase SE
  • Series: Cubase SE
  • Category: General Sequencers
  • Added in our database on: 05/02/2005

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