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An Old Pro

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1991
Steinberg Pro24 Amiga

Steinberg's Pro24 amiga sequencer is the latest arrival in the rather sparse field of Amiga music software. Paul Overaa looks at a new incarnation of an old favourite.

Audio additions

Review | The Mix, Sep 1994
Steinberg Cubase Audio v2.0

D-to-D meets MIDI - properly this time

Clash of the Titans

Review | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989

Two multi-tasking packages, Virtuoso and Cubase, meet in the ring. Jim Spriggs plays referee

Cubase 2.0

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1990

Steinberg's flagship sequencer, Cubase, has seen two major revisions since we first reviewed it. David Hughes looks at what's new.

Cubase In-depth

Review | Micro Music, Jan 1990

Paul Glaister takes us deeper into Steinberg's premiere sequencing package

Dirty Dozen

Review | Micro Music, Jun/Jul 1989

Avid Steinberg Twelve user Paul Needs tells us all about this user-friendly budget sequencer

High Noon!

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1989
Steinberg 'Twelve' MIDI Recorder

Steinberg have divided Pro24 roughly in half and have arrived at what may well turn out to be the best answer for many people starting out, namely a 'new' low-priced 12-track sequencer called Twelve. David Pickering Pick investigates.

Mac Attack!

Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1990
Steinberg Cubase Macintosh Sequencer

Steinberg's Cubase, the company's flagship ST sequencer, has now been ported over to the Macintosh to compete against the likes of Performer and Vision. How does it stack up against the big guns of the Mac sequencer world? Mike Collins sits in judgement.

Mixing by numbers

Review | The Mix, Dec 1994
Steinberg MusicStation

Entry-level music software

School's Out

Review | Micro Music, Aug/Sep 1989

Phil Brammer takes the Educational version of Steinberg's Pro-24 to the top of the class

Soft Options

Review | Recording Musician, Nov 1992
Steinberg Cubase Lite and C-Lab Notator Alpha Sequencers

Cubase Light and Notator Alpha are both streamlined versions of their more costly counterparts, designed to make MIDI sequencing on the Atari ST more approachable.

Software Tracking

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1986
Steinberg Pro24 Software

Simon Trask looks at one of the first multitrack MIDI recording packages to be made available for the Atari ST series of computers. How does it compare to dedicated sequencers?

Steinberg Cubase

Review | Music Technology, Sep 1992
Version 3.0 Software

Is it still ahead of it's time?

Steinberg Cubase - Part 2

Review | Music Technology, Sep 1989
Atari ST Software

In the second half of this definitive review. Nigel Lord looks into the editing and scorewriting facilities of Steinberg's latest sequencing software.

Steinberg Cubase - Part 1

Review | Music Technology, Aug 1989
Atari ST Software

They gave us the first industry-standard sequencing software for the Atari ST in Pro24, now Steinberg are making a second bid for Atari domination with Cubase. Nigel Lord says "part two next month...

Steinberg Cubase

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1989
The new heir to the ST sequencer throne?

After a change of name and a long wait, Steinberg's successor to Pro24 is finally here. Has it been worth the wait? David Hughes thinks so...

Steinberg Cubase Lite

Review | Music Technology, May 1993
For the Atari ST

No, it's not a lager. It's an economy version of Cubase with selected features only. Mind, you, that doesn't stop Ian Waugh from drooling at the mouth

Steinberg Cubase v1.5

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1990
Software for the Atari ST

Meanwhile, at the other extreme of ST sequencing, Steinberg's Cubase program gains a real-time MIDI Manager and a large-format monitor. Nigel Lord touches a new base.

Steinberg Cubeat

Review | Music Technology, May 1991
Atari Sequencing Software

Son of Cubase: this stripped-down version of Steinberg's powerful sequencer retains many of its best functions. Nigel Lord and ST, and Cubase makes three.

Steinberg Cubeat

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1990

With Cubase and Notator fighting it out at the top end, Steinberg appear to have left Pro24 to defend its once dominant position in the mid-priced ST sequencer market. Now reinforcements are available with the release of Cubeat, a cut-down version of Cubase. David Hughes takes it into battle.

Steinberg Pro24 III

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1988
Software for the Atari ST

The latest version of the industry-standard Atari ST sequencing package. Simon Trask finds out if software is fulfilling its promise to keep abreast of the times.

Steinberg Pro24 Version III

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1988

Steinberg's Pro24 sequencer for the Atari ST has been around for over two years now, and has firmly established itself as the 'industry standard' ST sequencer against which all others are judged. Just when it looked like being overshadowed by some of its competitors, Steinberg released Version 3.0 of the program complete with some significant new features and enhancements. Pro24 owner David Hughes deliberates over the upgrade.

Steinberg Twelve

Review | Music Technology, Feb 1989
Software for the Atari ST

If your music's been demanding a Steinberg sequencer but your pocket's been denying you Pro24, this new budget package could be your salvation. Baby talk: Vic Leonard.

The Soft Parade

Review | In Tune, Jun 1986

Muse & Steinberg software.

Thinking Of Going 24-Track?

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1986
Software for the Atari ST

If your studio's musical output is largely synthetic in nature and you are considering an increase in tracks, then Steinberg Research's Pro-24 recording software for the Atari 520ST micro could prove a better option than a conventional tape recorder. Tony Hastings tells why.

 

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