Hamburg (August 12, 2005)–Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH has announced its Studio Case 2, the successor to its original Studio Case product. Featuring a brand new version of Steinberg’s Cubase SE budget sequencer and special versions of six Steinberg VST instruments, Studio Case II will be available for Mac and PC from September 2005.
“This product sets standards for functionality available to entry-level customers in this price segment,” said Arnd Kaiser, Steinberg’s senior product manager for music technology. “Cubase SE3 is definitely the best budget sequencer Stenberg has ever produced, and the included VSTi’s provide enormous creative potential.”
Cubase SE3 is the latest version of Steinberg’s music production software. Using technologies from Steinberg’s Cubase SX3, Cubase SE3 offers the same 32-bit floating point audio engine, automatic latency compensation and advanced user interface as its larger siblings. A full range of audio and MIDI effects is also included, further adding to the creative potential of Cubase SE3.
Studio Case II also offers entry-level versions of some of Steinberg’s most successful VST instruments, including SE versions of Groove Agent, HALion, The Grand, Virtual Guitarist and D’cota. A brand new Virtual Bassist SE version of Steinberg’s new bass player VSTi is said to provide dynamic, lively bass grooves for a huge range of musical styles.
Studio Case II will be available for $299 in September 2005.
Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH