Steinberg Cubase Pro 10.5 Recording Software
The Steinberg Cubase Pro 10.5 Recording Software condenses almost three decades of Steinberg development into the most cutting-edge DAW anywhere. Used by star producers and musicians for composing, recording, mixing and editing music, the Cubase Pro 10 combines outstanding audio quality, intuitive handling and a collection of highly advanced audio and MIDI tools.
The Steinberg Cubase Pro 10.5 Recording Software is one of the most powerful music creation software packages in the world. With its unrivaled range of flexible tools, you can create any kind of music quickly and intuitively. It comes packed with a wide range of virtual instruments, effects and thousands of sounds. Whether you’re a professional composer or a music production beginner, the Steinberg Cubase Pro 10.5 provides you with everything you need for turning your ideas into music.
Steinberg Cubase Pro 10.5 Recording Software Features
- Spectral Comparison EQ
- Video Export Render
- MultiTap Delay
- Padshop 2
- Colorized Mixer Channels
- Import Tracks From Projects
- Retrospective MIDI Record
- Combined Select Tools
- Score Editor Improvements
- Macro creation
- LUFS Normalize
- Safe Start Mode
- Stereo Delay, De-Esser and Roomworks
- Graphical Performance
- Workflow improvements
Steinberg Cubase Pro 10.5 Recording Software Specifications
- Windows 10 Version 1903 / 64-bit Windows 10 Version 1809
- Download size: 15.1 GB
- macOS Mojave / macOS Catalina
- Download size: 15.34 GB
- 4 GB minimum required memory
- 8 GB RAM or more recommended
- 20 GB free storage space
Steinberg Cubase Pro 10.5 Recording Software Includes
- License for Steinberg Cubase Pro 10 Recording Software
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Another $150 thrown at Steinberg to run the latest Cubase and it STILL performs poorly on Mac OS. No Import Session Data, no absolute automation modes, no click render but of course, the purple ELicenser remains. If you're reading this and nodding your head, your next DAW is Presonus Studio One. I ended up purchasing Cubase 9 and having their tech support just give up on helping me get it to run on my machine that runs three other Daws with zero issue. It was a great 10 year run with this software and maybe they'll catch up to their competition but given how little attention they pay to loyal customers I wouldn't bet on it.
Been using Cubase for years and it gets more stable and useful with each release. The 6.5 VST synth add-ons sound really nice. The program is not single-window like ableton and others which I prefer. In terms of midi composition and editing, it has no peers. Audio editing is on par with Pro Tools. 64bit works great.
Don't believe the hype that Protools is the only game in town! I've been using Cubase since 95 on an Atari ST and it keeps getting better and better. I have no complaints. Steinberg continually stays ahead of the curve with each release and this is no exception. Their version of Auto-tune is built in on the version and you can even program cc changes for each individual note! Nobody has that yet:) Get some!