Although Cubase 9.5 brings some obvious changes - in its workflow, design and the plug-ins that you get with it - there have also been significant improvements under the hood. The biggest of these is 64-bit mix processing, and it's going to improve the sound of your tracks. In this video from the course Cubase 9.5 101: Cubase 9.5 Explored, Matt Hepworth explains just how it works, what's new, and what 64-bit means for your productions.
Matt clears up some of the confusion that can surround the 32/64-bit issue, explaining that it's all about the precision with which the mixing engine performs its calculations. You'll see how to set Cubase up quickly to use 64-bit precision, and why it results in less digital "fog" so you can get cleaner and clearer recordings and a broader soundstage. Be sure to check out the other videos in this course for the lowdown on everything that's new and improved in Cubase 9.5.
Cubase 9.5 101: Cubase 9.5 Explored
From 64-bit mix processing, to improved plugins and workflows, this mid-release version of Cubase offers major enhancements to an already powerful digital audio workstation. In this course, our Cubase expert Matt Hepworth takes a look at all the new features included in Cubase 9.5.
Matt first explains the changes to the project window, user interface, and audio engine, including the benefit of using the pristine 64-bit mix processing option. He then covers the new insert and routing options, and the plugin enhancements, such as Magneto MkIII, the redesigned vintage and tube compressors, and the freshly added HALion Flux sound library. He also takes a deep look at the new editing, automation and snap to zoom features, and he explains why you really want to know about the more powerful and flexible metronome.
So join Cubase expert Matt Hepworth in this in-action course, and explore all the new Cubase 9.5 features!