Cubase Elements 7 in trial version
Steinberg released the trial version of the Cubase Elements 7 DAW as well as a maintenance update for the Cubase 7 line.
The big news in this Cubase Elements 7 trial version is that it no longer requires a USB eLicenser dongle. You can then try the DAW freely during 30 days.
Plus, Steinberg updated to version 7.0.6 its Cubase 7 AI, Elements and LE versions for maintenance purposes.
Last, Steinberg is currently testing its products with the new OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Results are not satisfactory for the moment so it is recommended not to upgrade your OS for now.
You can download the Cubase Elements 7 trial version from www.steinberg.net.
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