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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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Choosing the Right Pro Studio

Most professional studios are not using Cubase. They either have a Pro Tools system, Nuendo, some sort of digital hard disc or tape system (such as RADAR or ADAT), or an analog tape machine. If you can find a studio that uses Pro Tools or Nuendo, you will save yourself a lot of headaches and time. Anything not recorded on a DAW will most likely need to be transferred to a DAW before you will be able to work with the files in Cubase.

Note

Again, I’d like to reassure you that there will be little difference in quality going from a Pro Tools or Nuendo system. The main reason pro studios offer Pro Tools or Nuendo is they are more compatible with other systems and offer a few more features than Cubase. Keep in mind that ...

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