Anthony Palazzole, Jared Forkner, Michael Reola and Fred Coury on Cubase Pro 9.5 | First Impressions

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In this video, producers Jared Forkner and Anthony Palazzole tell us why they have fallen for Cubase Pro 9.5. Also meet Michael Reola and Fred Coury who just love the new Click track. But Cubase Pro 9.5 adds many more features and tools that still need to be discovered by you so watch this space for more videos on Cubase Pro 9.5.

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stealth797 says:

Where's the comments from Zedd? You teased us showing him in the beginning haha

Bartee B says:

the background track is absolutely terrible..sound like from Reason .5

Nosajjao says:

"it sounds better than everything" x3, eyeroll ……..why do dubstep clowns only talk in overly simple superlatives?

Roland Gerard says:

Best software i own, give me so much good time. Thanks Steinberg.

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