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cubase LE v1.08 - requirements (2k/XP or 10.2 Jaguar)
« on: July 23, 2015, 05:40:51 AM »
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Macintosh Requirements
To use Cubase LE, you need the following:

A Macintosh computer running Mac OS X (version 10.2 or later).
For more details about the computer requirements, see below.

Mac OS X compatible audio hardware.
While the built-in audio hardware of the Macintosh may be adequate for basic audio
playback, we strongly recommend audio hardware that is specifically designed for au-
dio recording and music applications.
For MIDI

At least one MIDI interface.

At least one MIDI instrument.

Any audio equipment necessary to listen to the sound from your MIDI
devices.

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Windows Requirements
To use Cubase LE, you need the following:

A PC with either Windows XP or Windows 2000 installed.
For more details about the computer requirements, see below.

Compatible audio hardware.
By audio hardware we mean a card capable of recording and playing back digital au-
dio using your hard disk as a storage medium. It must also have an appropriate ASIO
driver, see
page 16
, or be Windows Multimedia compatible.
For MIDI

At least one MIDI interface.

At least one MIDI instrument.

Any audio equipment necessary to listen to the sound from your MIDI
devices