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Steinberg Cubase BackPack - Take Your Recording Anywhere
Among the UR22 audio interface's features are two D-PRE mic preamps, two Neutrik analog XLR/TRS combo inputs and latency-free hardware monitoring. The fully-metal chassis allows you to take the UR22 anywhere, it's rugged enough to take whatever you can throw at it.
Both the UR22 and Cubase Artist 7 deliver studiograde quality, used by professionals around the world. The BackPack contains a free upgrade to Artist 7.5, too. Watch the following video for an exclusive feature demo of Cubase 7.5.
The BackPack is a great opportunity to save when you upgrade from Cubase Artist 7 to a full version of Cubase 7.5 via download for just £203, an incredible £138 less than when you purchase the UR22 and Cubase 7.5 seperately.
When you purchase a Cubase BackPack, not only will you get Artist 7.5 and an interface cheaper than Artist 7.5 by itself, but Steinberg will make a month's donation to the nutritional feeding programme run by the JAM aid charity, Joint Aid Management for African children.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 17 Apr 2014 15:42 to category : Instruments News
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