“Nothing against Image Line or FL Studio it’s a great DAW, great company, great people, who have always been there for me when I’m freaking out and can’t figure out how to do something they were always there. But you know I’m moving into a lot more scoring and a lot more composition based projects and with that you need something that’s meant for that and FL studio I feel like is more for like electronic production. Although you can get away with orchestrations and stuff like that, you know when a director hands you a film at 24.98 frames per second and needs to be 48K wave files and stuff like that you want to make sure there’s an engine that can handle those sorts of things…in the immediate I switched over to Cubase.” - Varien in this [*BassGorilla* Podcast](https://bassgorilla.com/bassgorilla-podcast-34-varien-making-gunmetal-black/). ETA of when this is heard can be seen in the screenshot source.more
At 1:34 Boris explains how he started making Music when he was 12 at a friend´s house, using one of the first versions of Cubase. Given the date of the video, it can be assumed that Boris is currently working with the lastest version of Cubase (8) (You can turn on English subtitles in the video for a better understanding of what is Boris actually saying, unless you are a fluent German speaker)more
In this article Jonas Blue confirms he once used Cubase, but then switched to Logic Pro : "I never really had any gear; I was more into the DJ side, so I had that set up, a pair of Technics 1210s and a Numark CD MiX-1, which was a CD and mixer built in one. I tried all the DAWS, starting with Fruity Loops, which I love, then Cubase and Reason - and from that I went to Logic and never looked back really."more
In this part of the conversation, one of India's top jingle and movie composer, Ram Sampath, shares an interesting (and inspiring) music journey.he uses Cubase 8 for production His song "Bhaag DK Bose" was a chartbuster in 2011. But get to know of other achievements of Ram Sampath in the music world - like his first job (Femina Miss India), his friendships with various colleagues like Shaan, Salim Merchant, Indrajit (Tubby) Sharma and lots more from the world of advertising and music.more
Future Music partner up with Steinberg for a second series of the Studio Sessions. This time we head to the Amsterdam studio of Justin Prime. Watch as he explains how his collaboration with Showtek, Cannonball was created in Cubase. Plus, learn how a simple vocal can be turned in to something special with creative processing.more
Using since version 2.x, always worth to upgrade it. Had some problems when Audio capabilities and VST first announced, but later on became very handy. Used Nuendo as well for various projects, now the engines are almost equal.
Though I have heard out and about from people that they're having trouble with some 3rd party plugs and locating the VST3 libraries. Glad that's not happened to me yet tho.
I found myself cheating with other DAW's in the past (e.g. Ableton Live, Apple Logic) but i kept running back to Cubase every single time. This sequencer has everything my heart desires. No more cheating!!