Cubase 7.5.30  
by Steinberg
(Steinberg Website)
Owned by user Stacey

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Operating System: Windows 7/Vista/XP
File Size: 10.4 GB
License: Trial (All Demo software)
License Conditions:

Requires a USB-eLicenser to activate the license and start Cubase Trial. Retail Version: $436

System Requirements:

Intel or AMD dual core CPU, 2 GB RAM, Display resolution of 1280 x 800 recommended, ASIO compatible audio hardware, 8 GB of free HD space, DVD-ROM , USB Port, Internet Connection for activation

Date Added: 2014-09-05
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Software Description


Featured in Hitsquad's recommended list of the best DAW Software

Cubase was first released in 1989 to run on the Atari ST computer and it is among the oldest surviving Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs). As a testament to its quality and popularity, Cubase is still being used around the world and is even considered by many as among the top music production software available.

It started out by merely supporting MIDI recording, but it has been developed continously - incorporating the latest technology into its design. The latest Cubase now comes with many features that cover a wide area of music production needs. It helps inspire creativity and songwriting, it simplifies recording both live and in the studio, it works great for various musicians be it solo or big band, it even supports modern electronic musicians, DJs and beat producers. Cubase now incorporates almost three decades of Steinberg's experience and expertise into one of the most cutting-edge digital audio workstation of our time.

Notable features:

  • Key Editor
  • Score Editor
  • Drum Editor
  • List Editor
  • VST Expression 2
  • Chord Assistant
  • Chord Tracking
  • MultiTrack Recording
  • Virtual Control Room
  • Sample Editing
  • Advanced tempo detection
  • Straightforward drum replacement
  • Intelligent transient detection
  • Warp Quantizing of multiple audio tracks
  • Multitrack phase-accurate audio quantization
  • Fast Comping
  • Smart Multi-Track Editing
  • VariAudio 2.0 for Vocal Editing
  • Mixconsole
  • Surround mixing
  • Full automation
  • Sidechaining for VST3 plug-ins
  • Export to various audio file types
  • Open GL video engine
  • Channel Strips
  • Professional Workflow
  • Remote Control Support
  • Various VST effects (66 real time audio effects)
  • Various VST instruments (over 2,800 out of the box)
  • 18 MIDI plugins
  • Easy Collaboration and distribution of produced music

Cubase is also featured in our roundup of the best Music Production Software

The vast majority of reviews have been very positive - here are links to a few:



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Changes in v7.5.20

  • Performance improved when importing large number of audio files
  • Various issues resolved

Changes in v7.5.20

  • Delete Inactive TrackVersions.
  • Improved Control Room
  • Channel/track visibility: Key command for "Update configurations".
  • Steinberg Hub: Remove recent projects from list.
  • Project window toolbar: Additional buttons.
  • Record-Enable allows MIDI Thru.
  • New Preference: Colorize folder track controls only.
  • Various issues resolved

Changes in v7.5.10

  • Maintenance update with improvement and bugfixes
  • Update details here

Changes in v7.5

  • TrackVersions: Playlists for creating, renaming and managing parallel variations of tracks.
  • Track visibility: Shows only the tracks you want to see in the Project window.
  • Instrument track 2.0: Supports multi-outputs and multi-inputs, and merges instrument tracks with the Instrument Rack.
  • HALion Sonic SE 2: Giving you tons of fresh new sounds plus a totally new synth.
  • Groove Agent SE 4: With over 120 drum kits and smart user interface for creating beats and hits in no time.
  • New construction kits: Adding flavor to your productions and giving you new song ideas.
  • LoopMash FX: For real-time modern-style breaks, tape-stops, stutters and more.
  • REVelation: Super-smooth and silky-sounding algorithmic reverb that brings back the memories of those old fancy hardware units.
  • Magneto 2: Adding warmth to your tracks.
  • VST Connect SE 2 (available in Cubase 7.5 only): Unique remote recording plug-in now with MIDI data transmission.
  • Transient navigation: Tab to transients on audio events in the Project window thanks to the new instant hitpoint navigation.

Changes in v7.0.6

  • Visibility improvements
  • One click plug-in access
  • Workspace support
  • Better UAD compatibility
  • Better audio stability
  • Various bugs resolved

Changes in v7.0.5

  • MixConsole key commands improvements
  • New EQ/Filter Transition option
  • New Channel configuration display
  • Colorize folder tracks
  • Improved track selection
  • Improved generic remote editor
  • Various issues fixed

Changes in v7.0.4

  • MixConsole improvements
  • Chord Track improvements
  • MIDI improvements
  • Audio improvements
  • ADR improvements
  • Various other improvements
  • Various bugs fixed

Changes in v7.0.3

  • Improved MixConsole
  • Score Editor
  • Improved Steinberg Hub
  • Enhanced MediaBay
  • Default colors for track types
  • EuCon Adapter improvements
  • Plugin information window

Changes in v7.0.2

  • More key commands assignable for MixConsole features
  • Enhanced context menu on EQ bands
  • Improved Control Room and meter
  • Load/save settings of selected MixConsole channels (VMX file support)4
  • Track Presets for Group / FX / VST Instrument return and Input / Output channels
  • Appearance settings: preview and custom colors for MixConsole value cells
  • Full track header coloring
  • VST Connect SE 1.2
  • Various bugfixes

Changes in v7

  • New MixConsole
  • Workflow improvements
  • New Channel Strip
  • New Channel Central
  • Support for remote controllers
  • Global Chord Track
  • Chord Assistant
  • Details here

Changes in v6.5.4

  • Bugfix for Scrubbing
  • Corrected Broadcast Wave Descriptions
  • Bugfix for Prologue

Changes in v6.5.1 Trial

  • Bugfix for drop outs when using VST Dynamics events

Changes in v6.5 Trial

  • Added new synths - Padshop granular synth and Retrologue virtual analog synth with 700 presets
  • New comping and audio quantizing tools
  • DJ-EQ, MorphFilter effects and VST Amp Rack
  • SoundCloud integration, Flac format support and 64 bit rewire.

New in v6.0.7
Maintenance update that resolves various reported issues for v6, as provided for by the development of Cubase 6.5 trial. For detailed information, please see the Version History

New in v6.0.5
Maintenance update includes full support for two WK-Audio remotes, refined automation handles, and improved decoding performance under Windows. The 6.0.5 update integrates several enhancements and fixes that make the Cubase experience even more exceptional.

New in v6.0.3
Based on community feedback, the 6.0.3 update provides several improvements, such as refined event opacity handling, enhanced gridline representation, Euphonix/Avid MC Pro remote control support and more efficient playback performance of HD video formats. In addition, several issues have been resolved.

New in v6.0.2

  • Import and Export of MP3 files is available for Cubase 64-bit on Mac OS X.
  • To make the difference between channel types in the mixer more obvious, the fader cap color of audio tracks has been changed to white and for group channels to blue.
  • Fix: Content issues with missing audio data for HALion Sonic SE and LoopMash 2 in Cubase Artist 6 have been corrected.
  • Fix: Potential mouse-click issues within Cubase when using some trackballs and related control software (for example, from Kensington) have been corrected.
  • Fix: Stability using AudioWarp with élastique Pro algorithms has been improved.
  • Fix: A warning message “invalid project” when saving a project after dragging and dropping MIDI files from BFD2 into the Cubase Project window has been corrected.
  • Fix: Potential sound artefacts when using the MultiBandCompressor with small ASIO buffer sizes has been corrected.
  • Fix: The user interface of the External FX panel has been redesigned and now displays the fader caps correctly.
  • Fix: Potential MP3 decoding issues when encoding files with the LAME encoder have been corrected.
  • Fix: An issue with misplaced automation tracks when closing and re-opening the same project has been corrected.
  • Fix: Timing instability issues using ReWire-connected applications when working with sample rates other than 44.1 kHz has been corrected.
  • Fix: Various potential part/event redraw (display) issues during editing operations in the Project window have been corrected.

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Cubase 7

Hello,

just a short note: Cubase 7 is not supported and won't install on Windows XP (via the Start Center / usual means at least)
Will install on Vista, yet it is not supported.
Fully supported on Windows 7 and 8.

http://www.steinberg.net/en/products/cubase/specs_downloads.html

Cheers!

What does POWER mean? In the

What does POWER mean?
In the lit of softwares there is a classification by POWER. Cubase 6 seems to have 100 db POWER. Ehat does that means?
I know I found your website a time ago and then there were daws that had even 115 db power. So I don't know what that means I guess is the signal/noise, but I couldn't find anywhere else these specifications for daws.
I used to think pro tools have 115 db or 120 because that is what I remember I have seen on this website few time ago. But know I see the maximum is 100 db. Please make me understand!
And what does it refers to? recording? rendering? what?

Thank you very much!

Power ratings explained

The Power rating for all the software listed on Hitsquad refers to it's popularity.

It's calculated by combining information about the number of times it's downloaded, number of new reviews and comments it receives, and some other measures of popularity.

Although it's a good guide to the quality of the software, it actually signifies how popular it is rather than how good it is at a particular task, or its signal to noise ratio or any other specifications.

There is no upper limit on the power rating software listed here can get, although the higher it goes the harder it becomes for it to get any higher - it's based on a logarithmic scale similar to Decibels which is why we use 'db'.

As I write this, Cubase is currently the most popular DAW on Hitsquad, although there are other programs like Auto-Tune which have a higher rating. Of course you could come back tomorrow and it might be that Pro Tools is more popular - we update the ratings in near real-time.

I hope this helps.

That's cool!! Thanks a lot!

That's cool!! Thanks a lot!

love to work with cubase

love to work with cubase hope to upgrade

Cubase 6.0.3 for Mac Can't export to 64-bit MP3 files

Contrary to what you are saying. Import and Export of MP3 files is NOT available for Cubase 64-bit on Mac OS X. Or maybe I missed something here.

That's what Steinberg told us

We got that information from Steinberg and thought it was correct - thanks for letting everyone know.

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