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Cubase Audio for Mac (Nov 1992, article)
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Steinberg Cubase Audio
Steinberg's new version of Cubase for the Mac integrates the sophisticated sequencing facilities Cubase users know and love with audio recording and management capabilities. But how does it stand up to the competition? Mike Collins finds out.

featured in SOS magazine November 1992

https://www.macintoshrepository.org/467-cubase-audio-2-x