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Tja! Jag har problem med addictive keys.

Jag har installerat det och fått det att funka som ett "fristående" program men vill ha det som en vst i cubase.

Det syns alltså inte bland vstpluggarna i cubase.

Hur importerar jag pluggen in i cubase? Det är cubase elemets 7.


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Du måste nog ladda hem Addictive Keys Grand Piano också för att få ut något ljud ur det tror jag, det behövde jag

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      Jag vill skaffa Cubase pro 11. Går det att köpa det begagnat? Är nybörjare och tycker att det är lite dyrt att skaffa.
      Sedan undrar jag hur man kan lära sig programmet? Finns det kurser/ videos?
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      HAMBURG, Germany — Steinberg today announced the immediate availability of Cubase 11, comprising Pro, Artist and Elements editions, each with the same core technologies but with dedicated tools tailored to the scope and scale of individual music production requirements.
      Cubase is celebrated for its comprehensive feature set, powerful tools and unparalleled sound quality. Since 1989, Cubase has been bringing technological advancements to the table, the German expertise in creating which has been accumulated over three decades of core contributions to the industry. Today, Cubase 11 is the next major step in the long evolution of DAWs.
      Guiding you on your music production journey
      Cubase 11 is for music producers, songwriters, engineers and composers and those who aspire to become all of these. Version 11 not only delivers a myriad of workflow and performance improvements across the entire range. It has also upgraded the smaller Artist and Elements editions: VariAudio 3, ARA 2 support and unlimited audio, MIDI and instrument tracks in Artist, and side-chain support in Elements. Combining these enhancements and upgrades with the exciting newly introduced features provides genuine inspiration for the creative journey of producing music to the highest standards.

      Exclusively available in Pro
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      The Score Editor comes with many new enhancements. The new Properties provides instant access to matching options and notation settings, with Note Editing Overlay notes now edited as conveniently as in the Key Editor. The Score Editor now also supports the SMuFL font format, bringing Dorico’s Bravura and Petaluma fonts to Cubase for the first time.
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      The Sampler Track in Cubase 11 boasts many new additions, such as the new slicing mode for loop-based samples, two global LFOs for more complex filtering sounds, and the new mono legato glide, which is ideal for bass lines.
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      Cubase Pro 11, Cubase Artist 11 and Cubase Elements 11 are available from resellers and through the Steinberg Online Shop. The suggested retail price for the boxed version of Cubase Pro 11 is 579 euros; download only is available for 559 euros. The suggested retail price for the boxed version of Cubase Artist 11 is 329 euros; download only is available for 309 euros. The suggested retail price for the boxed and download versions of Cubase Elements 11 is 99.99 euros.
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    • By Ali_81
      Jag funderar på att skaffa en hemmastudio. Vill gärna pyssla med att göra låtar, sjunga samt spela gitarr. Har gjort en del forskning på produkter samt tittat på massor av Youtube videos. Då det fortfarande inte känns så lätt att bestämma sig bland en värld av produkter så tyckte jag att det skulle vara smartare att höra av mig till er kunniga.
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      Har själv kommit fram till att följande mikrofon Rode NT1 samt ljudkort Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Gen, och keyboard av märket Alesis Vl49 kan vara några alternativ att starta med, men vet inte om det går att använda dessa produkter tillsammans efter synkorisering av deras drivrutiner och mjukvaror?
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      Tar gärna emot er råd om vilken mjukvara (DAW) ni rekommenderar som fri och premium version, samt vilka keyboard som passar dessa DAW:s?
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      Med vänlig hälsning!
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    • By asphyxia
      Är på jakt efter något mer mobil lösning 
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      tack på förhand 😀😀
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