Let’s deal with a couple of Cubase Pro exclusives first, starting with the Spectral Comparison EQ. This is a new mode in the Channel EQ that enables you to compare the spectral components of two audio signals, making it easier to adjust and balance your mix.
The self-explanatory Import Tracks From Projects feature has been revised with support for additional track types (Group, FX and Folder tracks) and an Auto Map function that aliogns imported tracks with the same name as existing ones.
Of course, there are new plugins, too, and the good news is that the Padshop 2 synth is included in both the Pro and Artist versions of Cubase 10.5. This is a granular and spectral instrument that comes with 570 presets, 570 pre-produced samples and the option to import and redesign your own samples. Padshop 2 can also be purchased as a plugin for other DAWs for €129.
Back in Cubase 10.5, the MultiTap Delay is also new to Pro and Artist - it promises to take a creative and flexible approach to editing delay - and there’s now a Colorized Mixer Channels option. Elsewhere, the Retrospective MIDI Record feature has been revised - you can now retrieve MIDI chords and melodies that were never actually recorded.
There are numerous other improvements, too, including a refined Score Editor and a better Safe Start Mode.
For more information, and for upgrade and crossgrade pricing, check out the Steinberg website. Anyone who activated Cubase Pro 10, Cubase Artist 10 and Cubase Elements 10 or earlier versions after October 16, 2019 qualifies for a free upgrade to the corresponding version of Cubase 10.5.
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