Steinberg releases Cubase 11

Cubase 11

German music software giant Steinberg has launched the eleventh version of digital audio workstation, Cubase.

Since 1989, Cubase has been at the sharp edge of the DAW revolution, helping to change the face of music recording and composition. Cubase 11 is available in three versions to suit user capabilities but it has also expanded its workflow possibilities so the user can customise the way in which it is used far more than with previous versions.

The new Pro version has addressed issues of printing and exporting stems and synchronising different windows. Score editing has been greatly enhanced, facilitating easy note editing and offering a wider range of quality notation fonts. The Eucon integration supports the latest Avid consoles, increasing its compatibility with other product lines.

With a greatly increased range of sound samples and beats across the three versions and greatly increased processing power, Cubase 11 is the result of years of work with music industry professionals.

Steinberg’s Senior Marketing Manager for Cubase, Matthias Quellmann, said, ‘We have been working closely with producers and composers to see what developments would enhance their workflow, some have a big impact on how one works in Cubase while others are small, detailed changes that make certain processes run just that much more smoothly. Overall, Cubase 11 is an essential update for all Cubase users as well as being the ideal version for those looking to dive into the world of music production for the first time.’

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