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Steinberg Cubase SX 1
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Steinberg Cubase SX 1

General Sequencer from Steinberg belonging to the Cubase SX series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Cubase SX is the ideal multitrack software for PC. It is an open-ended program which supports all Re-Wire applications i.e. Reason, Ableton Live 2.0, Re-Birth etc, as well as DX ,and of course Steinbergs own VST plug-ins. The possibilities only end with your creativity. Full multitracking, editing, MIDI sequencing, and effects suite. 10/10 for features.

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$475

Flowing through a session is a breeze with the new SX layout.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The sound quality is great but it depends on the host soundcard. I give the sound a 9 out of 10 for a very clean sound. If you're looking for that warm sound you need outboard gear or some really good tube emulating plug-ins.

Full multitracking, editing, MIDI sequencing, and effects suite. 10/10 for quality.

OVERALL OPINION

I love it. I can't imagine life without this software.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 7-, 2003)
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