German music software company, Steinberg, has released Cubase 9.5. The new update comes with a load of new features. It may be a coincidence that this comes a few weeks after Ableton 10, but it could also be in response to the big announcement.
Cubase 9.5 comes with a new mixing engine with a 64-bit floating resolution offering added performance when processing audio that hasn’t been heard of with Cubase. The newly integrated file browser makes it easier to pre-listen to files. The new metering section for loudness and master signal levels and the Control Room are now both an integral part of the Right Zone as well. New to 9.5 is a metronome with different clicks and patterns.
Other new features include automation editing, doubling of insert slots allowing users to add up to 16 VST effects directly to each audio track and a new FLUX wavetable synthesizer library. Some features are only available on the artist or PRO version of Cubase, so make sure you know what you need when picking up a copy.
Users can pick up an upgrade online or buy it fresh on their website here. Watch the video below to see it all in action.