Cubase SX was released as the next generation after Cubase VST. It was based upon a contemporary sister program, called Nuendo V1.0, and was a total rewrite over the previous versions of Cubase. Although bringing improvements in both stability and feature quality, there were many features from Cubase VST that didn’t make it into the new version. One notable improvement of Cubase SX was its sound. With the inheritance of Nuendo V1.0’s sound engine, Cubase SX’s audio improved.
Cubase SX takes music production to a new level by adding new features, including an Audio Warp Realtime Timestretching, an intuitive Play Order Track, convenient Inplace Editing, and other new editing functions. For the first time, a native musical production system combines audio and MIDI recording and editing virtual instruments and audio mixing with the added flexibility of loop and pattern-based arranging and mixing. Cubase SX3 also supports Windows XP and Mac OS X. It also works with audio interfaces. Add to that the seamless integration of external audio and MIDI hardware, and the Cubase SX redefines music production technology.
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