Cubase 11 is here, and so is our Steinberg Product specialist Matt Loel T. Hepworth with this in-depth Beginners Guide! Watch this info-packed course now, and learn Cubase from the ground up!
Tired of your loop collection? Cubase has some amazing tools built right in that can help you refresh them. Hollin Jones shows you how it’s done…
Steinberg unveils Cubase 11, the latest update to the award-winning music production system used by renowned producers and composers throughout the world.
In collaboration with Line 6, Steinberg's Guitar Recording Kit, available in select countries for a limited time only, features the Helix Native plug-in, the UR22C, Cubase Artist and more tools.
There’s a wealth of mastering software out there to suit all budgets and approaches. But which is for you? Hollin Jones shares his top 5…
With its new interface, VST expression maps and other excellent features, Matt Vanacoro puts Steinberg's Dorico 3.5 professional notation software to the test.
Steinberg, music and audio software and hardware makers, and personalized spatial audio expert Embody collaborate to deliver an unprecedented AI-driven personalized spatial audio solution for Cubase.
The seventh version of Steinberg’s SpectraLayers focuses on enhancing its powerful tool set by adding automatic processes through new Artificial Intelligence algorithms.
Polarities is the latest sound expansion pack by composer and sound designer Simon Stockhausen, exclusively available for Steinberg’s granular and spectral synthesizer, Padshop 2.
Steinberg’s latest instrument promises to take your drum sound design to previously unknown realms. But can it deliver? Hollin Jones found out.
Steinberg brings, for the first time, an Android version of its award-winning DAW for handheld devices, providing an abundance of powerful music production tools literally at one’s fingertips.
Steinberg’s new hardware/software bundle has everything one needs to start producing great-sounding music right away.
Backbone is Steinberg’s one-of-a-kind drum re-synthesizer, introducing new ways to design intricate drum sounds for every style of music.
Steinberg introduces a compact, yet powerful two-channel audio interface with 32-bit/192 kHz audio resolution and flexible headphone monitoring modes ideal for recording and performing.
For the first time SpectraLayers now offers an Elements edition, featuring a range of the highly acclaimed spectrum editing tools.