Steinberg has announced Dorico – a new app that’s described as a ‘next-generation professional scoring software for composers, arrangers, engravers, copyists and educators’. It’s named after Valerio Dorico, one of the most important music printers in 16th-century Rome. Here’s what they have to say about it:
Steinberg has released WaveLab Pro 9 and WaveLab Elements 9, major new releases of its audio editing and mastering apps. The company says that WaveLab Pro 9 and WaveLab Elements 9 ‘reinvent creative mastering’ with a new user interface, the powerful MasterRig plug-in suite and direct exchange with Cubase. Here’s what’s new:
Steinberg has released a minor ‘point version’ update to Cubasis that nevertheless introduces some major new features to the mobile DAW. New with this update are Audio Unit support, Bluetooth Wireless MIDI, 28 new instruments and more.
Steinberg has released Cubase Pro 8.5 and Cubase Artist 8.5, the latest update to its Digital Audio Workstation for Mac OS X & Windows. Key new features include Retrologue 2, VST Transit and more. Here’s a series of videos that introduce the new features in Cubase 8.5:
Steinberg has release Retrologue 2, a major update to the virtual analog synthesizer. The update brings more oscillators, new filter types, a Resonator, more modulation options, more effects, a programmable arpeggiator and hundreds of new presets.
MakeMusic and Steinberg have announced the creation of the W3C Music Notation Community Group, tasked with maintaining MusicXML and SMuFL (Standard Music Font Layout) specifications as Web standards. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the international organization that creates and promotes standards for the World Wide Web.
Steinberg has released Nuendo 7 – the latest version of their audio post-production DAW. Here’s what’s new in Nuendo 7:
Steinberg has introduced the UR242 – a 4 input, 2 output USB 2.0 interface, with 24-bit/192 kHz audio quality and on-board DSP-powered effects.