Cubase is a German music software product. It is developed by the German musical software and equipment company Steinberg. It's primarily used for music recordings, arranging, and editing as a constituent of a Digital Audio Workstation. Its original release was in 1989, running on Atari ST computers. The software creates projects that allow the operator to edit MIDI files, raw audio tracks, and similar information such as lyrics. These data are presented in a range of formats such as musical scores, editing console, event list, and the likes. In using the software, operators can then mix different tracks down into stereo .wav files that are ready to be burned to a CD in the red book format. They can also be published online using Cubase. The software has the Cubase LE 5 version; simplified version with less intricate recording.
Applications of the software also include orchestral arrangements, with features as automatic voicing harmonization, composing assistance, chord sequences, etc. The software is also widely used for different range of genres. Minimum system requirements for the software are Mac OS X and Windows systems, Intel or AMD dual core processors, 2 GB of RAM, 8 GB of disc space, recommended display resolution of 1280x800, DVD-ROM dual-layer drive, USB port, and an Internet connection.
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