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Author Topic: Cubase VST 3.5 (article - Nov 1997) First VST capable application for Windows!  (Read 1398 times)

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Offline chrisNova777

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original CD installer:
requires DONGLE! this is UNCRACKED + original + untouched

Virtual Studio Technology

Cubase VST was the MIDI + Audio sequencing sensation of last year (1996?) on the Mac, offering built-in digital effects with no additional hardware required -- Now (in mid/late 1997), after much work, Steinberg have succeeded in porting VST to the PC -- at the same price, and, once again, with no additional hardware required


Cubase VST requires a PC with a Pentium 133MHz processor or faster, with a minimum of 16Mb of RAM (32Mb is recommended). The review PC was an Intel Pentium 200 with a VX motherboard, 256K pipeline burst cache, 48Mb of RAM, a 3.8Gb hard disk and a 2Mb Trio+ PCI graphics card running 1024 x 768 pixels in 64,000-colour mode. The review machine ran 18 tracks of audio before slow screen redraws made the addition of further tracks impractical.

Pentium 200Mhz
48Mb RAM
3.8Gb HDD