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Cubase SE = $99!?!?!

tedm

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retail is $129 - $149, you may be thinking of the studio bundle that is ~$599 MSRP

the academic version, if you qualify, is ~$74 or so.
 

jokerjkny

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well,

what dya think about it? that much better than those cheesy Cakewalk Home Studio packages?
 

tedm

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Which is a good program, I think even lower end than Cubase SE but it came free with my sound card. I haven't tried Cakewalk Home Studio.

Originally posted by jokerjkny
well,

what dya think about it? that much better than those cheesy Cakewalk Home Studio packages?
 

Scott Peterson

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From what I understand the new version of SE - like this one - is based on the Cubase SX/Nuendo sound engine which is a very very good sounding program; far and away sonically superior in every way to the Cubase VST of the past.

I used VST for years; the SX/Nuendo versions out now are vastly improved over their predecessors.

I don't know the limitations of SE vs. SX; but can say that I absolutely love working with SX whilst I absolutely hated working with VST. :D

I know nothing of the lower end offerings from Cakewalk.
 

tedm

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The problem with SE for me is that it's limited to 96khz. The Cubasis VST, at least the bundled one with the EMU1212m does 192khz fine, which I need.


Originally posted by Scott Peterson
From what I understand the new version of SE - like this one - is based on the Cubase SX/Nuendo sound engine which is a very very good sounding program; far and away sonically superior in every way to the Cubase VST of the past.

I used VST for years; the SX/Nuendo versions out now are vastly improved over their predecessors.

I don't know the limitations of SE vs. SX; but can say that I absolutely love working with SX whilst I absolutely hated working with VST. :D

I know nothing of the lower end offerings from Cakewalk.
 




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