Steinberg’s Cubase Version 4.1 and Cubase Studio V. 4.1 are available as a free update for all registered owners. New features include a redesigned user interface, 32-bit floating point audio engine, professional music notation and score printing, redesigned Sample Editor, sidechaining for VST3 plug-ins, MusicXML support, compatibility with imported Sequel projects, support for Windows Vista and more.
Free routing and recording from summing objects (in Cubase 4 only) offers complete routing flexibility as well as fast setup for stem recording. Advanced MediaBay options promise enhanced speed and efficiency. Track Quick Controls with integrated MIDI Learn provide direct access to any track parameter from the Track Inspector for easy control of any setting using hardware remote controllers. Global Transpose Track allows transposition of all audio and MIDI parts within one track for experimenting with key and chord changes. Arranger Track replaces the Play Order Track feature for improvising and trying out new song arrangements, and provides new features for using Cubase as a live performance tool.
The update is available now from www.steinberg.net.
Additionally, through December 31, 2007, Cubase LE and Cubase AI4 customers who own qualified hardware products can purchase a fully-functioning crossgrade version of Cubase 4 or Cubase Studio 4 and save up to 50-percent off. To take advantage of this special discounted crossgrade offer, customers simply provide proof of purchase of the hardware that contains Cubase LE or Cubase AI4. Or, customers can visit Steinberg’s Website to register their copy of Cubase LE, print out the page displaying their name and registration, and bring it to an authorized Steinberg retailer. The crossgrade is a fully functional retail version of Cubase 4 or Cubase Studio 4 with an independent license.
For more information, visit www.steinberg.net.