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Author Topic: Cubase SE (2002)  (Read 1802 times)

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Cubase SE (2002)
« on: December 14, 2014, 02:56:49 AM »
Cubase SE

Cubase SE is ideal for anyone working on a tight budget but who can’t do without professional technologies in their home recording, project or pre-production environment. Cubase SE features plenty of options without the big price tag. Cubase SE has 48 tracks of audio and unlimted midi tracks (although only 16 VST instrument slots) and so this is good value (much better than Pro Tools LE at 32 tracks). Cubase SE is a good place to start because it helps you focus on the basics of software recording without all the extra features. You will want to purchase some VST software instruments to go with it if you want to use MIDI (a nice little package is the Steinberg Virtual Instrument Collection.)

feature comparison (LE vs SE vs SL vs SX)
Steinberg Cubase Version Release Date Timeline
« Last Edit: December 15, 2014, 10:12:52 PM by chrisNova777 »