Steinberg products and Windows 8
Steinberg published information about the compatibility of both their software and hardware with Windows 8 OS.
Steinberg announces that most of their products passed the tests. Compatible software include, for instance, Cubase 6.0.7 and Cubase Elements Trial v6.0.2, Nuendo 5.5.5 and Nuendo Live 1 (Setup.exe file doesn't work in this version, you'll need the MSI and eLicenser.exe files to install).
WaveLab requires a patch for the 64-bit version, and the editor is compatible from v7.2.1.
Most of the Steinberg sound interfaces are compatible with Windows 8 with the latest drivers. Midex 3/8 32-bit will require the 184.108.40.206 driver version.
More plugins and virtual instruments have also been tested, visit www.steinberg.net for the full report.
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