Posted on Sep 03, 2004 03:46 pm
Answer:On a good day, lipstick.
Member Since: Jun 24, 2004
Anyone got a copy of this? How is it? Why was it dicontinued? Where can I get a copy (assuming it's any good)?
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Sep 03, 2004 05:03 pm Never heard o that one budd...
I know Cubasis is the shortened, cut down Cubase but thats aboot it...
You know you can pick up a Steinberg Studio Box now for a great price (under £200) with Cubas(is) Canny Mind!! and some free VST's (The grand, virtual guitarist etc)....
Some good prices bud. Check the web...
All the best
flame...bringing sexy backMember
Sep 04, 2004 11:20 am you talking about the inwire feature in cubasis i assume? the amazing 'make music over theinternet, nearly live' idea.
Since: Jul 01, 2002
ermmm, flopped and the site got shut down last year as i recall...
Sep 05, 2004 02:31 pm Ive got a copy of cubase inwired that i got free with an issue of computer music, but it needs 98 to run and im runnin xp.
TallChapAnswer:On a good day, lipstick.Member
Sep 09, 2004 05:59 pm I understand the big plans for a sharing community fell through with Steinberg. The Inwired was supposed to be the Cubasis software that would be used by all. It was a free program (assuming you paid the silly fees for the community), and I have heard that it was a pretty good standalone (without the sharing on-line thing).
Since: Jun 24, 2004
Just wondered if it really was a good standalone (and you can't beat the price). Steinberg have pulled it from their FTP site.
I guess they just couldn't get the community the way that dB has.....
Jan 25, 2005 06:00 am Landior,
Would it be at all possible for you to pass on a copy to me? (Since it was a freeware programme, I imagine there are no piracy issues here!)
Steinberg was taken over by Pinnacle so perhaps it is they who have shut down the access to Cubasis, Cubase Inwired and family.
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