[Musikmesse] Steinberg Cubase Elements 6
Steinberg announces the release of Cubase Elements 6, the smallest retail version to complete the latest Cubase lineup.
Based on the same core technologies that are also implemented in the two bigger versions, Cubase Elements 6 comprises various features alongside highlights introduced in the Cubase 6 product line. It incorporates the 32-bit floating-point Steinberg audio engine with flexible routing and automatic delay compensation.
550 presets spanning across the HALion Sonic SE virtual instrument, the Prologue synthesizer and the MPC-style Groove Agent ONE drum machine plus 33 audio effects provide a range of sound variation which can be stored and accessed within its MediaBay file and preset management system.
Cubase 6 Elements can provide up to 64 MIDI tracks and 48 audio tracks with full 24-bit resolution and 96 kHz sampling rate plus cross-platform 32-bit and native 64-bit compatibility with Windows 7 and Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
Pricing & Availability
Cubase Elements 6 will be available at the end of May, both as boxed or download version from the Steinberg Online Shop and as boxed version from authorized Steinberg resellers for EUR 99.99/GBP 84.70.
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