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The seventh generation of one of the world’s best-reviewed, most intuitive, and most capable DAWs has just arrived, setting new milestones in the history of digital audio production. In Cubase 7.5 Steinberg has completely overhauled its famed MixConsole interface, guaranteeing stellar mixing capabilities with luxurious workflow improvements.
Its built-in channel strip processing modules deliver that epic pro-console sound that lets you turn your songs into a hard-hitting, radio-ready productions. The new global Chord Track, alongside the innovative Chord Assistant for working with chords in project context, make Cubase 7.5 more musical than ever, delivering a truly unrivaled creative production experience. Advanced MIDI and VariAudio harmonizing features, more instrument content and an array of real-world workflow enhancements likewise enhance the functionality and musicality of this amazing iteration of Cubase's flagship software product.
Cubase 7.5 condenses almost 30 years of Steinberg expertise into the most cutting-edge digital audio workstation available today. Conceived and designed for professional requirements, Cubase combines pristine sound quality and intuitive handling with a vast range of highly advanced audio and MIDI tools for composing, recording, editing and mixing — making Cubase 7.5 the producer’s choice.
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Comments about Steinberg Cubase 7.5:
First off I own most of the top daws, Logic 9, Ableton 9, Pro Tools 10, Fl Studio 11, Reaper, Studio One 2, Cakewalk Sonar X2, Reasons 6.5, and now Cubase 7, so I am writing this review based on my experience. I know music can be made with any of the daws, but many lack certain tools that others may have and vice-versa. Even with the release of Logic X and the few extra features they have added it still lacks many of the tools that Cubase 7 has. I am not gonna list all the features you can do a side by side comparison yourself. A couple of features i will list is Cubases warping capabilities, I found to have more options then ableton live a lot eaiser and a lot faster, and the Chord track feature is my favorite, it can help you buîld a song progression in seconds to mintues, from basic to complex chords, and the mixer is very versatile, allowing you to show and hide features and settings within the mixer.
All I can say is use whats best for you , many users dont need many of the features in a daw, so do your research, watch videos on the various daw sites and youtube and then decide, but for me Cubase 7 has everything I need and has become my favorite daw.