Steinberg Releases Cubase 10, a Major Update to the Flagship DAW

Steinberg's Cubase has long been a favorite DAW of composers and producers, used and loved by artists as diverse as film composer Hans Zimmer and The Weeknd producer/mixer Illangelo. Today, the company released a major update, Cubase 10, that offers a host of new features, like a Drum Editor sequencer, Retrologue 2 soft synth, and more tools and virtual instruments.

All versions of Steinberg's flagship DAW, from its top-of-the-line Cubase 10 Pro to its mid-tier Cubase 10 Artist and entry-level Elements, gets a new user interface and upgraded channel strip settings. The innovative, user-friendly DAW appears to be even more user-friendly than before, with the new updates placing a premium on ease-of-use and efficiency.

Steinberg's Cubase 10 release video.

The new Audio Alignment tool gives a quick way to align vocals or other tracks, while the Comping feature allows users to build one track easily from multiple takes. And third-party plugins can now be easily dragged and dropped into place.

The Pro and Artist versions also come with greater support for MPE controllers, while the Pro alone comes with VariAudio 3, a tool that allows you to adjust the pitch of monophonic passages like vocals at the click of a button. Check out the release video for a closer look at what the DAW can do, and find all of the available versions (and student discount versions) on Reverb here:


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