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club cubase website (1990s)
« on: February 06, 2019, 10:16:10 PM »

What is Club Cubase?               
Club Cubase UK is an independent business designed to serve the large Cubase user base. Club membership is £18 a year which covers subscription to Basique, the club magazine, and discounts of 10%-15% on most Steinberg products including upgrades. The club also offers discounts on selected products such as plug-ins, books and hardware add-ons. Click here if you would like to join.
Club Cubase UK is divided into two separate entities. Basique is edited and published by Jules Marchant (ex-Harman) who also handles membership. The second entity - Club Cubase Direct - handles all sales and upgrades.