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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > May 17 > STEINBERG Cubase 9


Groundbreaking new features, streamlined workflows and useful new plug-ins make Cubase 9 a sublime tool for seamless creativity and sonic inspiration. Marc JB has spent a couple of months digging into its vast depths for this detailed review…


Manufacturer Steinberg

Price £468


What makes Cubase so good? At the moment, I’m sitting in my VW campervan by the sea in Whitstable. As I sit here enjoying the views, thinking about writing this review on Cubase 9, I can’t help but draw parallels between the rock-solid German engineering and ergonomic functionality of my campervan and Cubase. German engineering is ‘tried and tested’ – every feature is minutely scrutinised and designed to its maximum ergonomic efficiency. When it comes down to using the product and pushing it to its limits, it excels.

The workflow is flexible so you can use it in a way that suits you and becomes second nature

Steinberg has been designing and manufacturing music software and hardware since 1984, when Manfred Rürup and Karl ‘Charlie’ Steinberg developed the first MIDI multitrack sequencer. Since 2005, Steinberg has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha. There is great history, heritage and technological revolution with Steinberg, then, coupled with a passion and care for providing exceptional products for musical creators.

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In the new issue of MusicTech magazine we grant you all the tools, production tips and inside knowledge you need to enable you to create a chart hit! Also in this issue we’re hands on with Spitfire’s BT Phobos, we speak to Matt Lange about his career and production ethos. We present 6 of the best modern microphones and review Loopmasters’ Loopcloud, Steinberg’s Cubase 9, AKG C7s, Arturia MatrixBrute and many more. Plus tutorials for Ableton Live, Logic and our latest modular guide.