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  1. My Studio 2017

    From the album Kevin Dixon

    I upgraded my previous computer and still use cubase. Workstation Spec: 3.5gHz Intel i7 5820k, 32gb RAM SoundBlaster ZxR Novation 61SL MkII (master keyboard) Korg KONTROL49 Software Spec: Cubase Artist 8 Propellerheads Reason 5 ReFX Nexus II Various VST Instruments Sound Spec: Pioneer DJ05-W Bi-amped near field monitors. Pioneer HDJ-2000 reference headphones Coffee Specs: Kenco Rappor.. (Lots of !!!)
  2. Here it is...http://www.steinberg.net/en/newsandevents/news/newsdetail/article/future-proof-os-relying-on-64-bit-3778.html I'm not a Steinberg user. I gave up on it many many years back. Having been in the software field for many many years now I can tell you...Nothing is future proof. There will be something unforseen that will require a hard decision on when to leave legacy support behind simply because that's the only way for a product to advance Is this an advancement or simply a way to not fix issues with cubase and it's own bit bridge technology? While you can still use 3rd party bit bridges such as jBridge usage will be unsupported. . Steinberg is owned by Yamaha. While Yamaha has done a great deal for the hardware industry over the years including advancing Line6 technology after squiring it However one can wonder what type of investment / oversight Yammy is giving to Stienny. Yamaha was responsible for Steingberg's move to a subscription model. There is a lot to be said for Stienberg in the past. Steny gave us VST/VSTI OST technology. They designed and developed the sdk's and the early versions had no restrictions on use. This allowed the freeware market we have today. However when VST3 came out Stieny became quite restrictive of use and licensing fees. Which is why you won't find freeware and smaller vst companies not porting to VST3 it's not just about 64bit format.
  3. Free Vst..mac?

    Anyone know any good free vst plugins for Mac?
  4. Hello Folks! My name is Francesco D'Andrea, guitarist for pleasure and soundtrack composer as full time profession. Here's my website where you can listen to some of my works: http://francescodandrea.bandcamp.com/ It goes from symphonic orchestra compositions, to rock, jazz, children music, blues, electronic and anything in between. Comments and feedback appreciated Thanks in advance for listening! Wish a good day to all the community! Francesco -- http://francescodandrea.bandcamp.com/
  5. "i See You There"

    Hello ! This is a part of my song called "I see you there". It's short, nothing special but I've just begun recording my own songs.