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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 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 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 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 the producer’s choice.
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Comments about Steinberg Cubase 7:
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.