Submitted by thewhippinpost on Tue, 10/10/2006 - 18:21.

Sequencers for Digital Audio And Midi for Computer Music work

In the category, Steinberg are offering up the Cubase SE Recording Software   for our consideration... What's it all about then?

Steinberg Cubase SE Recording Software (Macintosh and Windows)
Steinberg Cubase SE Recording Software (Macintosh and Windows)

Good for your budget, perfect for your music. The complete music production suite for your studio! Cubase Start Edition combines powerful audio and MIDI recording features with professional editing and effects. Start creating your own music with a system that is fully compatible with the Cubase family of products used in high-class studios around the world.

Sequencers for Digital Audio and Midi

All your favourite sequencers for making and managing your chart-busting compositions can be found below, whether audio, MIDI or both. These days, sequencers (especially the leading brands like Cubase, Logic etc...) try to be everything a full-blown recording studio provides... as well as be the musician!

Be aware though, that what you get with all this power often means more resource-intensive software (though Pro Tools is slightly different). So consider carefully what you actually think you'll need/use. I've yet to find a sequencer that does absolutely everything I want, as easily as I want. Conversely, I've yet to find a sequencer that doesn't come with stuff I don't want either.

Remember in all this though; that even paying top-dollar for the top dawg sequencer is still ridiculously cheaper than building a full-blown studio, equipped with instruments!

What others are saying:

more effects in the package would be nice. the compressor rocks, reverb and delay are so so i say. haven't used all effects yet (cruncher, ect.).

i've used sonar, protools, cool edit, n'tracks studio, ect. this is just as good as any. 24 bit recording for under $100,..... come on!!

can't beat it for real. no n-tracks or cakewalk product can compare for real vst's, rewire (reason), its worth $200 at least. this and a audiophile 2496(99.00), and a behringer mixer and you got a 48 track studio for around 250.00.

interface not as sexy as sx or sl but still pretty good.

same as any, you only get garbage out if you put garbage in. dig?

never needed them so i don't know. but they have been conntacting me (specials, offers) so that's a plus.

does everything you basically need it to do. 48 audio tracks unlimitec midi no crashes in 6 months.

More Details

If that's not enough then check out the following link for the full specifications - Cubase SE Recording Software