Steinberg released Cubase 9.5

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Steinberg presents new updates to its acclaimed range of music production systems. The latest iterations, Cubase Pro 9.5, Cubase Artist 9.5 and Cubase Elements 9.5, put a clear emphasis on user-requested features and enhancements for creating, producing and mixing music.

The major advancement around Cubase’s powerful mixing capabilities is the new mixing engine: 64-bit floating-point resolution offers uncompromised performance when processing audio, delivering a level of detail and transparency previously unheard of in Cubase.
Further enhancing the single-window layout in Cubase, new tabs have been added to the Right Zone. The newly integrated file browser provides an easy way to access and prelisten on media files. Exclusively available to Cubase Pro 9.5, the new metering section for loudness and master
signal levels and the Control Room are now both an integral part of the Right Zone as well.

One highlight in 9.5 is the new Metronome with customizable click and the possibility to assign different patterns to adjust to signature shifts in the Signature Track. Cubase Pro and Artist 9.5 add to the flexibility with its Click Pattern Editor, allowing click patterns to be tailored to more detail.

Availability and pricing
The Cubase Pro 9.5, Cubase Artist 9.5 and Cubase Elements 9.5 full retail versions are available through the Steinberg Online Shop and from resellers. Reseller prices and product availability may vary. The suggested retail prices (including German VAT) are 579 euros for Cubase Pro 9.5, 329 euros for Cubase Artist 9.5 and is 99.99 euros for Cubase Elements 9.5. Various downloadable updates and upgrades are also available through the Steinberg Online Shop. Customers who have activated Cubase 9 (or earlier versions) since October 18, 2017, are eligible for a free, downloadable Grace Period update to the latest versions, respectively.

More info here: Steinberg | Cubase 9.5

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