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Happy Birthday Cubase!
Old 14th May 2019
  #1
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Happy Birthday Cubase!

Cubase is 30 years old!

To put things into perspective and give an idea of what it means for a software to have kept pace with the evolution of the field, here below is a review of the first Cubase. I found it interesting as it's impressive to see how much things have changed during those 30 years: http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/steinberg-cubase/5618
Old 23rd May 2019
  #2
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Why stop at one?

Here are all the reviews we currently have on Cubase (full version):

http://www.muzines.co.uk/gear/10/19/56

(This obviously will grow as we work to convert more issues over time...)

Nice interview with Charlie Steinberg:
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/the-cubist/194

And if you want to go earlier, Pro 24 was Cubase's predecessor, and really the sequencer that really kicked the Atari ST off for (professional) MIDI and computer-based sequencing. Our modern DAWs owe much to Pro 24.

http://www.muzines.co.uk/gear/10/19/399
Old 24th May 2019
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Thanks for the links. Very good reads.
Old 26th May 2019
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Wow - what a blast from the past. After reading the Charlie Steinberg article, I browsed around a bit.
Tons of interesting stuff there if you were around then - maybe even if you weren't.
Amazing just how far things have come, even if it seems agonizingly slow while living through it.
Old 27th May 2019
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Originally Posted by mu:zines View Post
Why stop at one?

Here are all the reviews we currently have on Cubase (full version):

http://www.muzines.co.uk/gear/10/19/56

(This obviously will grow as we work to convert more issues over time...)

Nice interview with Charlie Steinberg:
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/the-cubist/194

And if you want to go earlier, Pro 24 was Cubase's predecessor, and really the sequencer that really kicked the Atari ST off for (professional) MIDI and computer-based sequencing. Our modern DAWs owe much to Pro 24.

http://www.muzines.co.uk/gear/10/19/399
Thank you very much for the links! Great website, truly impressive, keep up the good work!
Old 29th May 2019
  #6
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I used Pro24 and Creator on an Atari - I had a posh Atari with 1mb of RAM!!!!

1mb .... yep I was a Power user

IIRC, these two sequencers where pattern list based and then Steinberg brought out Cubase which was linear object based which was a leap forward. Everyone else followed after that, so SB really were the innovators in the field of MIDI sequencers/DAW's
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