Steinberg is one of the best known names in digital audio production, its flagship DAW Cubase the choice of thousands upon thousands of amateur and professional producers thanks to its approachable interface, intuitive feature set and natural, organic process chain that appeals to artists, arrangers and producers.
The live sound, broadcast and post-production user, however, will likely know Steinberg for Nuendo, a peerless DAW that has become an industry standard in film, television and cutting-edge audio. For specific mastering, restorative work and sound editing, Wavelab has also become a go-to for producers. And for the novice producer after a fully-loaded workshop of sounds and recording feature, Sequel hits the mark squarely at a nicely-affordable price.
Working with any of the Steinberg software family is easy thanks to the range of portable, smart audio interfaces and the more recent release of modular CMC controllers, which allow you to piece together control rigs for your exact production needs.
There are of course beautifully sampled and emulated plug-ins too – why not use The Grand 3 to get a natural piano sound on all of your arrangements, access a plethora of virtual sounds with the Hypersonic 2 module and even employ realistic guitar via MIDI articulation with Steinberg Virtual Guitarist. Steinberg and DV247 supply absolutely everything the modern studio producer needs.