Steinberg has announces the release of Cubase Artist Plus Pack, a bundled deal comprising the Cubase Artist 6 music production system and the CI2+ USB audio interface.
“Following the recent successful release of Cubase 6 and Cubase Artist 6, we at Steinberg would now like to offer our customers a very attractive limited bundle that offers immediate access to the world of digital music production,” comments Frank Simmerlein, Steinberg’s marketing director.
Based on highly acclaimed technologies and the award-winning Steinberg audio engine, Cubase Artist 6 features a wealth of effects and VST instruments, such as the new VST Amp Rack plug-in with exhilarating amp emulations and the HALion Sonic SE workstation with over 550 quality sounds. The take-comping system, its commendable user interface and Windows/Mac 64-bit support make Cubase Artist 6 the perfect choice for talented newcomers and seasoned musicians alike.
Powered entirely via USB, the CI2+ offers a professional digital audio recording standard with 24-bit resolution and a sampling rate of 48 kHz. Both its two microphone inputs consist of balanced XLR/jack combo connectors and high-quality microphone preamps with onboard +48 V phantom power. The dedicated high-impedance switch on the first input channel allow for connecting an electric guitar or bass directly with the CI2+. The ultra-precision AI Knob controls virtually all main functions of Cubase and facilitates browsing through the Project Assistant for easy project setup, while its dedicated transport push-buttons control playback and recording.
By packaging Cubase Artist 6 and CI2+ together, Steinberg customers now receive an all-in-one Advanced Integration system for recording and editing vocals and instruments on any computer as long as stocks last.
The Cubase Artist Plus Pack is available from the Steinberg Online Shop and certified Steinberg dealers in selected countries for 379 EUR* / £320 GBP*
* Manufacturer’s suggested retail price includes VAT. Pricing and exact time of availability may be subject to regional variations.