Calling all Cubase users: Cubase 7 is here, and Matthew Loel T. Hepworth, our in-house Cubase expert has been hard at work exploring every line of code! Master all the powerful new features in this new and powerful version of this popular DAW...
Cubase 7, with its new look and tons of new and powerful features, is truly revolutionary. That’s why we brought in Steinberg Product Specialist, Matthew Hepworth, to create this 53-tutorial exploration. Learn how you can collaborate with other musicians from across town or across the globe with VST Connect. This feature lets you set up and produce a live, synched session online! Cubase 7's new mixer, the MixConsole, has also been completely redesigned. Routing your signal and accessing your plug-ins has never been more intuitive and elegant. Matthew also explores all the great new effects, Chord Track and Hermode tuning and shows how you can apply these cool features to your projects.
But that’s just the beginning: There is much more to discover. So make yourself comfortable and join Matt Hepworth in this tour de force of a course, Moving Forward with Cubase 7.
Table of contents:
1. Welcome to Cubase 7
2. Mouse and Modifier Keys
3. Installation Update & 32-Bit vs 64-Bit Operation
4. The Steinberg Hub
5. The New Cubase 7 Color Space
6. Double-check your Audio Interface
7. Enabling Auto Save & Other Preferences
8. A Word on the Control Room and Click (Metronome)
9. The Cubase Mixer is now the MixConsole
10. Full Screen Mode
11. MixConsole Signal Flow
12. Using the Windows Layout
13. Visibility and Zones
14. Searching for Channels
15. Searching for Tracks
16. Searching for PlugIns
17. Using the Racks
18. Adding Pictures and Notes
19. Showing & Hiding Channel Types
20. Using the Agents
21. Storing Channel and Rack Configurations
22. Modifying Channel Width & Height
23. Adding FX Channels
24. Double-clicking Inserts and the “e” indicator
25. A/B Compare Function
26. Spectrum Analyzer in EQ
27. Global FX Bypass Buttons
28. Resetting Channels or the Entire MixConsole
29. The Loudness Meter
30. Adding More Mix Consoles (2 and 3)
31. Noise Gate
34. Tube and Tape Saturation
35. Limiters and Maximizers
36. Recalling Channel Strip Presets
37. Tube Compressor & Vintage Compressor MKII
38. Voxengo CurveEQ
39. Using the CurveEQ Spectrum Matching
40. Cubase 7 and the Control Room
41. Setting Up a Cue Mix
42. The Chord Track Editor
43. VariAudio, Harmonies, and the Chord Track
44. Setting up a VST Connect Session
45. Watching a Session In Progress
46. Quick-linking and VST Control Panels in the MixCons...
47. ASIO Guard and VST Performance Window
48. Hermode Tuning
49. The Remote Control Editor
50. Zoom MEM and Zoom ZAP
51. Adjusting Handles with the Scrub Tool
52. Using Safe Start-up Mode
53. Volume Max and Portuguese, Obrigado
A must have for every musician with a mobile phone or a tablet!
★ Volumes and Samples for Accent, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, Triplets
★ 24 High Quality Samples
★ Edit Length, Pitch, Decay, Attack
★ Custom Samples (WAV Mono)
★ A Huge Optonome
★ Tempo: 10-280 Beats Per Minute
★ Measures: 2/4 3/4 4/4 5/4 6/4 7/4 8/4 (1/8ths Triols and 16/ths by Volumes)
★ Silence measures
★ Flashlight Beats Per Minute
★ Light and Dark theme (Android 4+)
★ Optimized for tablets
by AJ Kuri:
"Perfect for any drummer. I used [...another metronome app...] for the longest time in a live setting and it was pretty miserable at times because it doesn't have the focus this app has. I can't thank you enough!"
by Cobus Alberts:
"Don't bother looking anywhere else. This app is by far 1 of the best apps I've ever seen in my life. I've been shopping around for a month now and was just looking at paid apps thinking that those would have to be better. I actually stumbled across this app by accident. You have really put something amazing together here and to make it free... thank you so much"
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Recording and editing audio is complex. There are so many details you need to know to do it right! This course, Working With Audio, is led by Matt Hepworth –Cubase’s North American Product Specialist. Matt begins with an exploration of the digital recording process. He covers setting levels, and monitoring. He explains the different techniques needed to record both mic and line audio. Next Matt explains the different recording techniques like cycle, comping and punch and how these are implemented in Cubase 6.
What about editing? Well, it’s all here. Matt explains Cubase’s non destructive editing. He shows you how to use the fade handles and how and when to use crossfades. There’s a section on using Vari-Audio for pitch correction and another about editing with folders and even how to turn audio into MIDI!
But that’s just the beginning. This tutorial is filled with all kinds of cools videos that explore some of Cubase 6’s deepest audio secrets. So if you’re looking to learn about audio in Cubase 6 then hit the play button and let Matt Hepworth teach you to be an audio expert in Cubase 6!
Table of Contents:
1. Introduction to the Working with Audio Tutorial
2. Setting Proper Input Levels
3. Choosing a Method for Monitoring
4. Examples of Software vs. Direct Monitor Methods
5. Start Recording on Measure 2, Not Measure 1
6. Recording Audio from Line Level Sources
7. Turn Off Your Speakers and Use Headphones
8. Recording Audio from Microphone Sources
9. Cycle Recording with Audio
10. Using the Comping Lanes
11. Recording on Alternating Tracks
12. Punch Recording
13. The Concept of Non-Destructive Editing
14. Using the Fade Handles
15. Don’t Normalize, Use the Volume Handle
16. When and How to use Crossfades
17. Slide Editing
19. Vari-Audio on a Comping Lane
20. Extracting MIDI from Audio Tracks
21. Making and using Folder Tracks
22. Group Editing
23. Quantizing a Multitrack Drum Project
24. Drum Replacement
25. Using Tempo Detection
26. Setting up Multi-track – Multi Input projects
27. Importing Audio CDs
28. The Concept of The Pool
29. Using Insert into Project
30. Find/Resolve Missing Audio Files
31. Minimizing Files
32. Emptying the Trash
33. Prepare Archive vs Backup Project Command
Tempo is the premier mobile metronome app. It is used daily by performing artists for their gigs, teachers in their lessons, students for their practices and even golfers and bodybuilders in their training.
Tempo gives you the features you need without sacrificing usability. Its engine is written from the ground up for high accuracy and stability. Over that is wrapped an attractive and comprehensive single-screen interface. Flashing LEDs also serve as buttons to customize beats, enabling the creation of complex rhythms. Save your configurations as songs in setlists and share them with friends, including those using iOS devices.*
*User-accessible storage required.
- 30 different time signatures: 1-13/2, 1-13/4, 3/8, 6/8, 9/8, 12/8
- 6 rhythm patterns for simple meters and 3 for compound meters
- Works in both portrait and landscape
- Dark and Light interface themes
- Visual feedback in the form of pulsating LEDs
- Customize accents or turn beats off to create more complex rhythms
- Tap tempo function
- Metronome tempo ranges from 10 to 400
- 12 sounds sets, including one optimized for live drumming click tracks
- Store presets in multiple setlists
- Share and backup setlists
- Setlists data file compatible with Tempo for iOS
- Multi-tasking support; playback continues outside of app
In this musician-friendly course, Matt Hepworth has designed tutorials to help you get your musical ideas down fast. He proves that the best way to learn music software is by working on a song. That way, you only get the knowledge you really need to get the creative work done! Yet, you also learn the software and all the techniques that musicians need to know to make sure that creative ideas don't get lost in the complex roadblocks that DAWs inevitably throw your way.
Once your inspirations are recorded, this course eases you into some basic production techniques, giving you the perfect intro to Matt's next course in our Cubase 7 series: The Producer's and Engineer's Toolbox.
So get down to making tracks and learn Cubase at the same time!
Be sure to check out our ever-expanding library of Cubase 7 courses right here as we continue to build the best Cubase knowledge base on the planet!
Steinberg has done it again with this new and improved version of their awesome music creation DAW, and our in-house expert, Matthew Hepworth guides you through an exploration of all the new features that have been added to Cubase 6.5. Whether you're an experienced user or are about to take your first flight aboard Steinberg's amazingly versatile DAW, this tutorial will get you up to speed fast so you can make the most out of all the cool new stuff!
While still on the runway, Matt explains how to run Cubase 6.5 in 64-bit mode! As you take off and start your journey, you'll learn all about the new Comping tool and how easy it is to combine the best parts of your musical performances. Quantization is up next and you'll soon become airborne as you watch Matt line up the timings of both audio and MIDI tracks side by side! No need to go to a different instrument panel, it's all there at your fingertips.
You're now cruising above those beautiful sonic clouds and are ready to look at the 2 cool new virtual synths: Retrologue and Padshop and see how easy it is to tweak sounds using filters and amplifiers to design your own cool soundscapes. Then “Commander” Matt demystifies the new DJ-EQ and MorphFilter VST plug-ins.
As we start our descent, you'll learn how and why you might want to use the FLAC audio format. And, just as we touch down, Matt shows you how easy it is to publish your Cubase project to SoundCloud. So, sit back, relax, and take flight with "Captain" Hepworth as your instructor and guide, and learn all there is to know about Cubase 6.5!
Table of contents:
1. Description of the New Features
2. Running Cubase 6.5 in 64-bit Mode
3. The Concept of Comping
4. Soloing Comping Lanes
5. The New Comping Tool
6. Sliding Data Within Audio Events
7. Cleaning Up Comping Lanes
8. The New Warp Features
9. Introduction to Retrologue
10. Auditioning the Retrologue Presets
11. Editing the Oscillators
12. Modifying Retrologue Filters and Amp
13. LFO and Effects
14. Introduction to Padshop
15. Auditioning the Padshop Presets
16. Editing Layers A and B
17. Modifying Padshop Filters and Amp
18. Adding Delay and Chorus FX
19. Using the DJ-EQ
20. Using the MorphFilter
21. Introduction to VST Amp Rack
22. New Version 1.5 Features
23. Cubase and the VST Amp Rack
24. Auditioning Presets
25. Custom Amp Preset from Scratch
26. Introduction to FLAC
27. Recording in FLAC with Cubase 6.5
28. Publishing a Project to SoundCloud
29. Using 64-Bit ReWire
30. Chinese, Simplified
Steinberg's Cubase 7.5 is a mixer's and remixer's playground. Nobody knows or teaches Cubase like Matt Hepworth. In his Mixing Toolbox course, Matt reaches deep down and pulls out all the amazing mixing tools that Cubase has to offer. He explains what they do, how they work and what you need to know to integrate them into your mixing workflow.
There's an overview of the MixConsole and its functionality. You learn all about premix preparations like folder tracks and stripping silence. You see how to turn MIDI tracks into audio tracks! Matt also explains the objectives behind creating the perfect mix.
From there, you're into a section that focuses on volume and dynamics. Then there's an awesome masterclass section on the art of panning! This leads you to a collection of tutorials that demystifies EQ and Effects and how to successfully apply them to bring the very best out of every track in your production.
This course concludes with some automation tips and tricks and an examination of signal flow as it applies to the stereo output channel.
So get ready to mix and get ready to learn all about mixing in Cubase 7.5 with the mix-master himself, Matthew Loel T. Hepworth!
Table of Contents:
1. Welcome to The Mixing Toolbox
2. The Objective of Mixing
3. Three Pro-mix Techniques
4. Overview of the MixConsole
5. Colorizing the Project Window
6. Using Folder Tracks
7. Using Group Channel Tracks
8. Detecting and Stripping Silence
9. Converting MIDI to Audio
10. Auditioning Track Presets
11. Adjusting Channel Volumes
12. Controlling Dynamics with Compression
13. Adjusting Group Channel Faders
14. Adjusting Event Volumes
15. Where and Why We Pan
16. Panning Drum Tracks
17. Panning Bass Tracks
18. Panning Guitar Tracks
19. Panning Keyboard Tracks
20. Panning Vocal Tracks
21. Panning for Other Instrumentation
22. Frequency Ranges
23. Using the Cubase EQ
24. Channel and Group EQ
25. Using Inserts or FX Channel Tracks
26. Adding FX Channels
27. Simple Mix Automation
28. Mix Automation Lanes
29. Signal Flow
30. Monitoring the Clip Indicator
31. Preparations for Mixdown
32. Matt’s Multi-mixdown Method
33. Batch Exporting your Project
The most powerful multitrack audio/MIDI sequencer on Android with support for USB audio/MIDI interfaces and virtual instruments(*), packed with features like non-linear non-destructive editing with unlimited undo/redo, mixing, real-time effects, automation and much more!
(*) The following in-app purchases are available to enable the following features:
• USB audio interface support (you can also purchase USB Audio Recorder PRO. Please read the instructions carefully here: http://www.audio-evolution.com/manual/doku.php?id=usbaudiosupport)
• MIDI/virtual instrument support (enables MIDI sequencing, USB MIDI and virtual instruments)
• FX pack 1 (distortion, overdrive, speaker sim, wah wah, phaser)
Important: if you are have trouble starting the app, please contact us directly by email.
• Multitrack audio recording/playback
• MIDI sequencing (in-app purchase required)
• Non-linear non-destructive editing with move, trim, split, cut/copy/paste, remove, cross-fade and range editing
• Virtual instruments based on SoundFonts (in-app purchase required)
• Loop playback
• Volume/pan/mute automation
• Latency correction
• Import of WAV, MP3, AIFF, FLAC, Ogg/Vorbis audio files
• Import of m4a, 3gpp, amr and other audio formats that Android supports if you are running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or higher
• Mastering to stereo WAV, AIFF, FLAC or OGG file
• Software monitoring for USB audio devices and some Android devices that have low enough latency
• Sample rate conversion
• Zoom down to the sample
• Each track has controls for volume, panning, mute, solo, arm, 3-band EQ with mid-sweep, 3 insert effects and output bus selection
• Unlimited number of tracks (*)
• Unlimited number of groups (*)
• Real-time effects include: chorus, compressor, delay, dual delay, reverse delay, reverb, bandpass, highpass, lowpass, flanger, noisegate and tremolo
• Offline effects: fade in/out, normalize, reverse, pitch shift, time stretching while maintaining pitch
• Unlimited undo/redo for editing facilities
• Several grid options for aligning your samples (with tempo and time signature settings)
• Repeat samples with several options to create loops
• Add markers and quickly jump to them
• Load/Save projects including loading projects from our desktop DAW Audio Evolution 5
• Can use ES File Explorer to select samples for import
(*) Depending on your hardware's capabilities
• 800x480 screen size or higher
• Android 2.3.3 or higher
Note: this app can only run in landscape. Trying to run it with apps like Ultimate Rotation Control can result in crashes. Turn off forced rotation for this app.
If you have any suggestions, questions or want to report a bug, please contact us! Instead of a negative review, please have the decency to contact us so we can actually solve your problem!
Loop packs, see for example:
To prevent your device's mic from picking up what the speaker is playing back, we recommend using either:
* a USB audio interface or
* an iRig MIC Cast: http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/irigmiccast. The iRig is of better quality and playback is done through its headphone output. Note that hardware monitoring is not possible and you won't hear what you are recording through the headphone.
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Metronome Beats Pro is not only useful for practicing and playing musical instruments: people also use it to keep a steady tempo during exercise, golf putting practice, dancing, and many other activities.
Metronome Beats is simple to use. On smaller devices set the number of beats per bar and how you’d like the beat subdivided on the Settings screen. When you start the metronome it switches to the Practice screen, with its visual beat indicators. The practice screen has controls for easily increasing and decreasing the tempo in small increments, so you can start slow and build up your speed with one touch of the screen. On larger devices all of these features can be reached on one handy screen using the new Tablet layout.
Exclusive to Pro version:
- no adverts
- beat and bar counters
- save your settings as presets
- organise your favourite songs in to setlists and play through these in “Live” mode
Features also include:
- Select from a range of sound types (wooden claves, traditional tick, cowbell, etc)
- Separate layout for larger devices
- Select any tempo from 1 to 300 beats per minute.
- Don’t know how many beats per minute you need? Then use the tap tempo button to select a tempo.
- Displays Italian tempo markings (Allegro, Andante, etc) – handy if you’re not sure how fast Vivace should be.
- Change the pitch of the sound to make the metronome easier to hear over your instrument.
- Subdivide the beat with up to 8 clicks per beat – so you can practice the timing of your triplets.
- Choose whether to accent the first beat of the bar.
- Visual beat indication - mute the sound and use the visualisations to follow the beat.
- The metronome automatically stops playing when there is an incoming call.
- Your settings are saved automatically on exit – so you can carry on where you left off next time you play.
- The metronome keeps running when the screen is locked
- set the metronome to stop playing after a certain number of bars
For more help with using Metronome Beats, see our blog posts:
Guitar Player Magazine says: "This ingenious super metronome was developed by funky-as-hell Sco sideman Avi Bortnick. It will leave out beats randomly to force you to strengthen your own inner time-keeping muscles, and it has other cool features for odd meters, drum machine-style patterns, and more. For the low price of $2.99, this is an awesome learning, grooving, solidifying tool."
NoTreble.com says: "I love the aesthetic and layout of Time Guru. It’s very simple and elegant. Time Guru also offers ability to set randomness of your subdivisions (great for testing your internal clock)... There is one thing that Time Guru does that I absolutely love, and for which, this app will always live on my Phone – at the top of the screen, you will see a series of numbers (1-7). When you press a number, it is set first in a sequence and you can choose a subdivision that will then repeat that number of times (or set it to rest that number of times). Sound confusing? It isn’t, because the layout is so simple. Every time you press a new number, it is set next in the sequence and you choose your continue to choose your subdivisions."
Develop your inner sense of rhythm with Time Guru - the only metronome with the ability to mute its sound at random, in sequenced patterns, or both, so that you can assess whether you tend to rush or drag or loose your place with odd meters. Time Guru can periodically leave you on your own so that you strengthen your own internal sense of time, rather than relying on the constant, rigid, external time keeping of a metronome. It's like training wheels that sometimes come up off the ground.
Time Guru also features:
-the ability to play in different time signatures or sequences of time signatures
-create rhythmic drum-machine like patterns
-save presets for tempo, meter, sound and muting-
-35 loud sound sets;
-Human or robot voice counting in English, Chinese, French, German or Russian - great for teaching!
-tap tempo (5 to 300 BPM range)
-super accurate, rock-solid timing via a customized audio engine.
And of course it can function as a normal metronome. It is the ultimate tool for becoming a rock-steady, time guru.
Your own miniature music studio!
---NOW with real-time playback!!!---
Loaded with a large set of possibilities to create you own songs whenever you want and wherever you are while having the option to continue working on the song in other DAW program, such as FL Studio and Cubase. High quality 16 bit sound, 44.1 kHz bit rate, stereo playback and exporting.
Visits Zquence Studios site:
Create melodies with different included instruments and drums or add your own instruments and drums in Wav format to the internal storage.
8-octave keyboard with detailed editing.
16 tracks for patterns to be added to.
16 channel mixer with 4 available effect per channel.
Recording from phone to Wave format to add it straight to the tracks.
Wav format (44,1 kHz, stereo)
Remember to check for new updates regularly.
48 MB of Heap Memory or more is recommended.
1000 MHz Processor or higher recommends.
New instruments and drums will be available for free download from now on.
Compatible with all devices.
A set of user sounds available for download from our website.
User manual also available on our website.
New features include:
- presets and setlists - store up to 1000 presets and 200 setlists with 100 presets each
- visual beat indication
- user sounds - import and use your own sounds from wav files on your SD card
- a set of user sounds available for download from our website
- user selectable accent on any beat
- user selectable silence on any beat
- automatic delay time calculator
- classic mode option - tempo increments work as on an classic old school metronome
- Italian tempo markings
And the old features remain the same:
- intuitive and easy to use
- sample accurate sound engine
- cool graphical user interface
- easy to see in the dark
- big play button
- big tempo mode
- stays perfectly tight all the time
This is the best and most accurate metronome for Android money can buy !
Created by musicians for musicians...
...and please, do us a favor:
Read the manual carefully before posting any negative comments. Enjoy :-)
And finally, make sure to check our website for the latest info.
-Flying Saucer Apps
Keywords: music, musician, musicians, metronome, tempo, practice
Practicing with a metronome is one of the most important exercises you can do but it is also essential that you develop your own internal time feel, which is what this App is designed for!
This app was designed by me, for me - and you :) And I'm sure you find it as useful as I do!!
For a really small price you get a professional metronome on your smartphone with every feature you could ask for plus a lot more!
List of features:
- Fine tempo tuning from 10 to 230 BPM
- Italian tempo markings
- Load and save presets
- Tap tempo
- Adjustable tempo signature for simple, compound and complex meters.
- From 2 to 20 beats per measure
- Beat subdivision as quarter, eighth, triplet, sixteenth, quintuplet and sextuplet notes
- Beat emphasis
- 4 soundpacks
- Adjustable volume
- Visual reference
- Visual feedback
- Haptic feedback (vibration)
- Automatically turns off when there´s an incoming call
- Runs in background
- Settings are saved automatically on exit
About License Issues:
If you are facing license issues please update Mobile Metronome Pro, clear Google Play app data (not cache) and try again. There are comments on the internet about this issue, affecting many apps. sorry for the inconvenience!
- READ PHONE STATE allows Mobile Metronome Pro to stop automatically when there's an incoming call.
- VIBRATE is required for the vibration feature
- WAKE LOCK garantees the metronome won't stop after screen goes off
-HTC wildfire: misplacement of toggle buttons on the screen
The tracks are recorded. The musicians are gone. You’re all alone in the studio with
Cubase 6 staring back at you from your computer's lonely screen. Guess what? It’s time to mix!
Learning how to use the Cubase 6 mixer with all of its FX and Automation options is key to making any track reach its sonic potential. In this tutorial, Cubase Product Specialist Matt Hepworth takes you through everything you need to learn to put the final coat of audio polish on your Cubase 6 creative masterpiece. Matt walks you through the mixing process from its technical fundamentals to its creative possibilities.
You’ll learn all about the essentials of applying EQ to your tracks and how it can affect and enhance the final mix. With Matt leading the way you’ll explore the FX inserts and sends and understand why and how to use them efficiently and creatively. He then explains track freezing, grouping, and the all-important channel settings. From there Matt ushers you over to Automation Land! Here you’ll get familiar with the different automation modes and how to record and edit all that automation data as you continue crafting the perfect mix for your project.
The final series of videos focusses on the master fader: Find out all about the mastering insert FX, dithering and how to mixdown your track. So, before the musicians get back, watch this video so you can play them a mix that’ll make them feel like they played everything so perfectly! Only we’ll know, however, who really made the music sparkle with audio perfection: You!
Table of Contents:
2. Buffer Settings
3. The ‘Big Three’ of Mixing
4. Channel Settings and Signal Flow
5. Applying Insert FX
6. Reordering/Copying Insert FX
7. A Quick Mixer Primer
8. Applying EQ and EQ Presets
9. Track Presets
10. FX Channel Tracks and Send FX
11. Channel Settings in the Object Inspector
12. Copying and Pasting Channel Settings
13. Audio Channel Settings Bypass Buttons
14. Freezing Audio Tracks
15. Group Channel Tracks
16. The Concept of Mix Automation
17. READ and WRITE Controls
18. Editing Automation Data
19. The 3 Automation Modes
20. Master Fader Automation
21. Post-Automation Volume Editing
22. The Automation Panel
23. The Master Fader Clip Light
24. Mastering Insert FX
25. To Dither, or Not to Dither
26. Setting Locators for Mixdown Region
27. Mixdown for High Bit Rate Audio Files
28. Mixdown for Audio CD
29. Mixdown for MP3
30. Channel Batch Export
31. Backing Up Your Project
Connecting deeper to Cubase than any other app, Cubase iC Pro is the most advanced Cubase control app with a clear focus on recording, making it your very personal recording assistant.
ATTENTION - IMPORTANT NOTICE:
The 'Cubase iC Pro Remote Extension' for Android must be bought from the Steinberg Online Shop, installed and activated on your PC/Mac to be able to use this app! The 'Cubase iC Pro Remote Extension' for Android and a 30-days fully functional trial version are available at http://www.steinberg.net/androidski
• Project page with project overview
• Mixer with up to 4 independent cue-mix
• Customizable key commands and macros
The project overview page and the mixer allow you to see your project as you know it from Cubase, while the key command page gives you a powerful tool to set up your most-used keyboard shortcuts and macros. Up to four dedicated cue mixes can be set up with Cubase iC Pro, giving musicians the freedom to adjust their own mix with their own devices. Cubase iC Pro is Cubase’s perfect companion!
Please note that being a remote control, this application provides no use or function without a connection to Cubase 6.5/7/7.5, Cubase Artist 6.5/7/7.5 or Cubase LE, AI or Elements 7/6.
Some functionalities (e.g. the Cue-mix features) work only in combination with Cubase 6.5/7/7.5 and not with Cubase Artist 6.5/7/7.5 or Cubase LE, AI or Elements 7/6.
Cubase iC Pro technical support
Please check the Steinberg End User License Agreement on this website: