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Steinberg Cubase 7.5 Music Production Software Launched
After teasing us last week with a cryptic photo on Facebook, Cubase 7.5 was revealed at the Music Production Show.
Version 7.5 supports your creativity and enhances your workflow with many great new appointments.
TrackVersions takes your playlists to a whole new level and significantly improves the speed of your workflow. Create alternate versions of tracks, fully manage your TrackVersions and use it on audio, MIDI, instrument, chord, tempo and signature tracks! Find out more about TrackVersions in this video and find out how to create a scratch track.
Cubase 7.5's new track visibility management makes huge projects more manageable by only displaying the tracks you need to see. Keep your project view uncluttered but easily bring tracks into focus when you need to. Watch a demo of Cubase 7.5 workflow.
Instant transient navigation lets you tab to transients easily on audio events in the Project window. Re-record mode lets you re-take immediately, saving you time and still keeping your pre-count and metronome settings in place, and Steinberg have made the Track Quick Controls even more powerful, with immediate access. There are enhancements to track and instrument racks, check out the improvements.
Use Groove Agent SE4, an MPC-style drum sampler and updated Groove Agent ONE to feel the beat. There's a huge range of effects, playback functions and editing options, over 120 drum kits and 240 ready-to-go grooves! Get to know Groove Agent SE4 better, and get an insight into Cubase 7.5's other impressive features including STFX, Loop Mash FX, Revelation and Magneto II.
All this, plus the things you already loved about Cubase, makes Cubase 7.5 an essential buy to take your music forward. For an in-depth look at the new Cubase 7.5 Music Production Software, check out the full version of our exclusive video.
There will be a grace period for those who purchased Cubase 7.0 after October 15th, where a free upgrade to 7.5 will be available.
By Jonathan Meager
Posted on 29 Nov 2013 10:00 to category : Instruments News
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