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Cubase.SX3.1 Setup Free

If you find the quality of the Audio Warping not entirely satisfactory with certain material, once you've got the tempo of your audio basically correct using the real-time features, you can freeze the processing with the Freeze Time-Stretching and Transpose command. This creates a new file based on the higher-quality MPEX algorithm, although if you're freezing a selection of Events based on the same file, you need to make sure you create independent Events so that new files are created for each instance of the same Event.

Cubase.SX3.1 setup free

In addition to the new Audio Warping features, there are many other improvements for working with audio in SX 3, especially regarding the Freeze feature implemented in SX 2. The Freeze function only worked on VST Instruments in SX 2, but SX 3 adds a Freeze button to every audio track/channel so that you can freeze an audio channel to reduce the CPU load by removing the need for audio insert plug-ins to work in real-time. This seems to work pretty well and when you unfreeze an audio channel, Cubase gives you the option of deleting the Freeze files that were created or keeping them for future use.

The functionality for freezing VST Instruments has also been improved so that you can now either freeze just the VST Instrument, leaving any insert effects used on VST Instrument channels active, or both the VST Instrument and any insert effects on the corresponding VST Instrument channels. There's also a handy option for unloading the VST Instrument from memory (while still keeping it in the VST Instrument rack for unfreezing later) once you have frozen its output. This is a much-needed feature, especially when using VST Instruments that use a large amount of memory, such as software samplers, as in previous versions the extra CPU power saved by the Freeze feature was often negated by the fact there was no more memory available to load additional VST Instruments.

In terms of requirements for running Cubase SX 3, Steinberg recommend a minimum of an 800MHz Pentium or Athlon processor running Windows XP with MME-compatible audio hardware, or an 867MHz G4 processor running Mac OS 10.3.3 or higher, 384MB RAM, a DVD-ROM drive, a free USB port for the copy protection, and a display resolution of at least 1024 x 768 pixels. However, Steinberg's suggested requirements for a smoother ride are to have a 2.8GHz Pentium or Athlon processor, or a dual-1.8GHz G5 Power Mac or better, 512MB RAM, ASIO- or Core Audio-compatible audio hardware for Windows and Mac users respectively, and a dual-screen setup with each display offering a resolution of 1152 x 864 pixels. However, there is still no support for accessing multiple audio I/O devices in the Mac version of SX 3.

After a brief period with audio integration, the next version, Cubase VST, featured fully integrated audio recording and mixing along with effects. It added Virtual Studio Technology (VST) support, a standard for audio plug-ins, which led to a plethora of third-party effects, both freeware and commercial. Cubase VST was only for Macintosh and Windows; Atari support had been effectively dropped by this time, despite such hardware still being a mainstay in many studios. Cubase VST was offering a tremendous amount of power to the home user, but computer hardware took some time to catch up. By the time it did, VST's audio editing ability was found to be lacking, when compared with competitors such as Pro Tools DAE and Digital Performer MAS.

In 2013, Steinberg introduced Cubasis for iPad, a Cubase for iOS. This version was a full rewrite and supports MIDI and audio tracks, audiobus and virtual MIDI to work with external music apps from the first versions.[6] In 2016, Cubasis 2 was released as a free update with new features such as real-time time-stretching, pitch-shifting for changing the key, a "channel strip" effects suite, and new plug-ins and sounds.[1] In 2017, Steinberg received the MIPA (Musikmesse International Press Award) for Cubasis 2 in the Mobile Music App category at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt.[2] In late 2019, Cubasis 3 followed as a new app and included group tracks, a "Master Strip" effects suite, a revamped MediaBay, more effects and many more features in addition to iPhone support. In mid-2020, Cubasis 3 was released for Android tablets and smartphones.[3]


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