Steinberg Bundles Cubase 6 & HALion 4
Steinberg released its Music Production & Sound Creation Suite to selected countries, comprising the Cubase 6 music production system and HALion 4 sampler.
Cubase 6 is Steinberg’s music production system, with multitrack editing tools, take comping and its VST Expression 2 for articulation and controller editing. Also included are VST 3 effects and instruments that round out the features.
HALion 4 is Steinberg’s VST sampler and sound creation system, fusing sampling and synthesis technologies into an environment for sound designers. It features editing tools, 40 effects, a library that spans 1,600 sounds and other features.
Availability & Pricing
A limited number of the Music Production & Sound Creation Suite is available through the Steinberg Online Shop and from resellers in selected European countries*, as well as in USA and Australia. The availability in other countries is not guaranteed.
The suggested retail price for the Music Production & Sound Creation Suite is EUR 699, including German VAT, and GBP 592, including British VAT.
* Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland und United Kingdom
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