19 Results for "Steinberg"
11 May in StudioRCF is known for PA systems but today, it announced a pair of audio portable interfaces - the RCF TRK PRO1 and TRK PRO2. Here's the low-down.
03 Mar in StudioCubase 12 makes me want to jump in and start editing some drums like it's the early 2010s and I'm just dipping into advanced production...
30 Jul 2021 in StudioThe iPad becomes a mean scoring tool! Both Sibelius and Dorico - Avid's and Steinberg's respective scoring software - now run on Apple's tablet.
08 Mar 2021 in StudioFinally! After decades of commitment to hardware dongles, the makers of Cubase are preparing to move to a less obtrusive copy protection system.
17 Jan 2020 in StudioSwitching to USB 3.1 from Thunderbolt 2, the AXR4U is still a 28x24 interface that goes up to a very high 384kHz sample rate and features Rupert Neve Designs SILK enhancements.
17 Oct 2019 in StudioWaveLab 10 still stands strong against competition from SoundForge and Audition, presenting a streamlined approach to audio manipulation and professional mastering.
08 Aug 2019 in StudioUntil September 30, buying a keyboard - any model out of Nektar's range, anywhere in the world - gets you a copy of Steinberg's Padshop Pro virtual synth.
24 Jan 2019 in GuitarZoom's new GCE-3 Guitar Lab Circuit Emulator can easily fit in your pocket, it is so small. The audio interface uses the Guitar Lab software to give you virtual guitar rig setups you can customise.
24 Jan 2019 in StudioSteinberg is getting into the Thunderbolt rackmount audio interface game with the new AXR4. It's a flagship product designed for professional recording that features DSP effects and MIDI.
29 Jun 2018 in GuitarThe updated 2018 Spider V 20 looks like it includes everything you need to quickly set up a decent sound and make some music. Is this the ideal package for practising at home?
18 May 2018 in StudioSteinberg is calling it a day on the VST 2 Software Development Kit almost 20 years after it first arrived. The 10-year-old VST 3 SDK is the way of the future. What does this mean for you and your plug-ins?