Cubase 6 is out soon, it sounds pretty cool, no doubt I’ll upgrade, anyone have any thoughts on the new features?
I will probably upgrade (I skipped version 5 so maybe it’s about time), but I need to replace my aging workstation first, as it’s done some troubling things lately .
I haven’t yet checked out what’s changed, and honestly I don’t know that I’ll use even 25% of all that’s there. In my current version I don’t use any of the instruments or plugs that come with it since there are not too expensive 3rd party VSTs that sound better IMO . But I like the UI and find it easy to do what I want to quickly – probably as much a result of having used it for a long time as anything else.
Now that I think of it, I’m going to have to look around to see if there are any killer deals on version 5 since it’s obsolete now .
It’s actually out now. I bought it two days ago. It doesn’t support windows xp though. So i’ve had to buy windows 7. Some of the new features look very good.
I upgraded, it’s awesome!
I’ve ordered mine Can’t wait to dig in!
I’m loving how it can analyze an audio track which has a changing tempo, and automatically create a tempo track which changes with the audio, and the new timestretching algorithm. New hitpoints detection is massively improved. I’m really pleased with this upgrade.
I was thinking about upgrading.. but got somewhat alarmed by the fact that it wouldn’t run on XP. Did anyone have troubles moving their production machines from Win XP to Win 7 64 bit? I tried running Win 7 Adviser and it told me that I would have to do a custom upgrade and to reinstall all of my software.. what a bummer..
I just got a Win 7 64 bit box and I can say that Cubase 4 doesn’t play well with it. I’d install 6 but they still haven’t even shipped it (grrrrr). Should have opted for the download version – oh well. I’ll get to spend some quality time with Reaper for a few days…
Is Cubase 6 64bit native? Can I use all 12 GB of RAM in my computer with this sequencer? I have very demanding templates when writing. I have always been a fan of Cubase-fantastic software! I currently use Cubase Studio 4.
Not that I’m a good resource for information because they still haven’t shipped the software since my March 3 order (can you tell this makes me grumpy)?...
I believe you can either run it in 32 or 64 bit mode. One thing to be aware of is that if you have 32 bit plugs you’ll need to use a bridge like JBridge to run them in Cubase 64 bit.