Steinberg has released VST Connect Pro – a complete remote recording solution that lets you collaborate with any musician with an Internet connection and a computer.
According to Steinberg, ‘data encryption, multi-track recording, live video chat, audio stream protection and MIDI support make geographical distance irrelevant to studio production workflows.’ Continue reading
Steinberg has released a major update to Cubase, featuring a ‘massive engine rebuild’ and more.
Here’s what’s new in Cubase Pro 8 & Cubase Artist 8: Continue reading
On the latest episode of the iOS Update, host Mitch Gallagher takes a look at the Steinberg UR44 Audio Interface.
The Steinberg UR44 is a 6-input audio interface for iOS, Mac, and PC. It offers 24-bit/192kHz recording, with USB 2.0 connectivity, and onboard DSP effects. Continue reading
Steinberg has introduced Granular Guitars – their second VST Sound Instrument Set created by sound designer, composer and multi-instrumentalist Simon Stockhausen.
Adding to the sound libraries of Padshop and Padshop Pro, Granular Guitars spans nearly three gigabytes worth of samples, covering various acoustic and electric guitars as well as providing more exotic instruments like psaltery, celtic harp and oud played in traditional styles, plus experimental ways of treating the guitar. Continue reading
Steinberg has released Groove Agent 4, the latest version of their ‘drum studio and virtual drumming instrument.’ Continue reading
Steinberg has introduced VST Connect Performer for iPad – a new app that lets you record remote musicians into Cubase.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
Connect your iPad to the Web, hook up your mic or instrument and allow any studio running Cubase with the VST Connect plug-in record your performance in real time, no matter where you are!
And it just gets better: with VST Connect Pro on the host machine VST Connect Performer for iPad excels in audio quality as well as providing multi-channel and LAN support. And with onboard cue mix capability for talkback and monitoring, it’s just like in a typical recording studio environment, but that’s probably as representative as it’ll get: you could be anywhere besides the studio!