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Cubase is pretty well-documented and now that you have a book that simplifies the most common functions and operations, you might still want to learn more about specific issues. The resources listed here offer some relief and insight by sharing their knowledge base with you. They can also provide updates on available upgrades, fixes, and patches, and the most valuable of all discussion forums where thousands of users like you join to discuss many topics.
If you want to subscribe to a Cubase newsgroup, you should look for alt.steinberg.cubase. There are also a number of online mailing lists for Cubase users. To subscribe to the main mailing list of Cubase users, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. You should also look for upgrades directly on Steinberg's FTP site at the following address: ftp. steinberg .net.
If you are looking for news, tips, and tricks, or discussion forums on Cubase and other Steinberg products, this is the place to go. This site provides the information you can't find on Steinberg's site, but it has close ties with that company.
This is ground zero for Cubase users. Steinberg provides additional tutorials, information on newly released software, plug-ins, and VST instruments. It is also a good place to look for special events, such as trade shows or master classes.
This site is dedicated to VST instrument resources, such as up-to-the-minute news, resources, beta testing results of software applications, ASIO and latency issues related to sound cards, VST instrument patches, and much more. This is a very nice and well-thought-out site. A must if you want to get quick information.
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