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Welcome aboard John Rowe from QDesign

Discussion in 'Recording' started by audiokid, Mar 20, 2001.

  1. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Staff Resource Member

    Mar 20, 2000
    Prince George, BC
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    Welcome aboard John! cubase is one of the major system out there. I've been thinking of buying it. The three systems that I think are worth checking out are Logic, DP and Cubase.

    Looking forward to reading about cubase from you and our members.

    audiokid :cool:
  2. simonsez

    simonsez Guest

    Hello and Welcome John,
    You may have seen my moniker at one of the
    "other" Cubase forums, do I know of you John?
    If not tell us a little about yourself.
    Like what version of CB you are useing, PC or MAC.

    Here is you first Q. hehehe
    Do you know if it is still possible to
    "Crossgrade" from Cubase PC to MAC??
    I'm buying a MAC soon and if I can't crossgrade I may have to consider a competitive upgrade to LOGIC. I really like cubase especially because of the VSTi's,
    and I would hate to move to Logic unless I had no other choice.
    I realize this is not the best Question for your first one, but....

    I haven't been able to get into the darn
    cubase.net forum for several days and I've about had it with that place, :D

    Once again, welcome aboard!!!

  3. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Distinguished Member

    Apr 7, 2001
    It is possible to crossgrade...call Steinberg at 818-678-5100 and tell them what you want to do..they will be more than happy to accomodate you
  4. John Rowe

    John Rowe Guest

    Hi Simonsez,

    And wow, time flies when you are having fun and working hard...and I won't bore you with the details, but thank you for the greets. I'm glad to see that *someone* responded to your question. Ahem. I promise to be more attentive.

    I can also confirm that here in Canada it is possible to cross-grade:

    And now...about me. I have always perused Cubase forums, but this is my initiation as an active member. I've been using Cubase on both Mac and PC for a number of years. I'm a digital audio gear/software junkie, been playing multiple acoustic/electronic noise makers for over 23 years and work for a digital audio compression technology (ie: mp3, etc.) co. called http://www.QDesign.com.

    I hope that my squeaks (my main thing is sax) are beneficial to the group here.



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