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Steinberg Cubase 7
With an array of Virtual Studio Technology (VST) instruments and effects, plus production tools Cubase 7 and Cubase Artist 7 now include the MixConsole mixer, channel strip, Chord Track, significant workflow improvements and integration, new content and much more. The MixConsole features full-screen mode and scalability for seamless adjustment to small and large-scale displays. With Channel Zones, specify which channels and in which order they are to be displayed on the new mixer. View Sets offers immediate recall of EQ, dynamics, sends and inserts. Other advantages of the new MixConsole include customizable track icons as well as Control Link and Quick Link for interlinking channels and parameters. Channel settings drag and drop, A/B comparison, global bypass on effects, plug-in search and integrated control room functionality add to the comprehensive list of new mixing features. Channel strip features low-pass filters, noise gate, four-band StudioEQ, three compressors, a spectrum analyzer, tube/tape saturation, a brickwall limiter, maximize, and 150 factory presets.
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