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Steinberg Updates Cubase 5

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Steinberg has updated Cubase to v5.1.1.

This update features improvements in the following areas:

Operating System Compatibility:
  • Version 5.1.1 is now compatible with Apple Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6) and Microsoft Windows 7.

eLicenser Control Center:

  • Version 5.1.1 includes the new eLicenser Control Center (eLCC) which replaces the former License Control Center (LCC).

Project Assistant:
  • All Cubase retail versions now include a new Project Assistant.
  • The “Save as Template…” window has been redesigned for tagging Project Templates with attributes.
  • In the Browser section of the MediaBay, a new entry for Project Templates appears in the VST Sound node. Attributes of Project Templates can be modified there using the Tag Editor (Cubase only).
  • A complete new set of Project Templates is included and replaces all previous factory templates.
  • For further details working with the Project Assistant please consult the separately available “New Features” PDF document.

AmpSimulator:
  • The AmpSimulator plug-in has a new look and feel.

Jog/Scrub Wheel:
  • The Jog/Scrub wheel can be invoked by activating it from the Transport Panel context menu.
  • Related Key Commands can be assigned in the Transport section of the “Key Commands” window.
  • Jog/Scrub can be used from remote control devices.

The following issues have been fixed in version 5.1.1:
  • Fixed a Score Editor issue with Copy & Paste from clipboard not working.
  • Fixed a problem with Templates not found in user location.
  • Fixed a problem with MediaBay previewer playing MIDI Loops from e.g. VST Sound Instrument Set “Synthesizers”.
  • Fixed a Score Editor issue with broken block text.
  • Improved VST3 plug-in scanning time at start-up.
  • Fixed an issue on Mac OS X Snow Leopard with wrongly positioned menus and dialogs.
  • Fixed an issue with East West Wordbuilder plug-in not working.
  • Fixed an issue on Mac OS X Snow Leopard with graphical glitches in Score Editor.
  • Fixed an issue where VSTi channel faders appeared with transparent fader caps.
  • Fixed an issue with PitchCorrect plug-in not working correctly when using sample-rates other than 44.1kHz.
  • Fixed various redraw issues.

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