WaveLab Elements is an audio editing and mastering software, perfectly tailored to hobby musicians, radio freelancers and home studio owners. Based on the approved WaveLab Pro mastering solution, the WaveLab Elements highlights proven editing and analysis tools, a valuable selection of restoration and mastering plug-ins, a CD burning engine and much more — all accessible through an intuitive user interface.
VST Sound Instruments Sets enhance your sound library with high-quality sounds, premium presets and additional content for various music genres. Crafted by professional sound designers and hotly tipped artists, each VST Instrument Set offers a distinct collection of ready-to-use sounds and presets for your production. All Sets are exclusively available via the Steinberg Online Shop as downloadable products. Explore the world of VST Sound Instrument Sets and enjoy creativity.
Cubasis is a powerful multi-touch sequencer for iPad. Its easy to use interface allows you to quickly record tracks, edit music, and mix songs. Cubasis includes lots of instrument sounds which can be played in real-time using the virtual keyboard and drum pads. In addition, the software allows you to export your projects and open them in Cubase for Windows or OS X.
Developed by the makers of the successful VST instruments Virtual Guitarist and Groove Agent, Virtual Bassist offers a vast array of bass phrases, sounds and styles. Simply select the desired style of music and determine the chord or root note via MIDI and your trusty Virtual Bassist will come up with a fitting bass line. You are free to adjust the sound and phrasing of the instrument in real time. The 13 parts and six fills per style offer all the variation options you could wish for. 30 different styles are at your disposal to cover almost every contemporary musical genre, including rock, pop, reggae, metal and hip-hop.
A real mixed bag, this one, covering a huge range of styles and sounds. There’s a bit of almost everything, including various rock styles as well as Motown, Soul 2 Soul-style house, Latin, funk, reggae and even a Pogues-style stomp. While they are nicely done, with appropriate variation in sounds, some may find that this is covering too much in not enough detail. Only the most occasional dabbler in reggae, for instance, would be satisfied with just two performances in that style, however well they are done.
This is traditional R&B, not Destiny’s Child: most of the grooves here mimic classic ’50s and ’60s styles, from Stax and Atlantic soul through to electric blues, blues-rock and rock & roll. And, if that’s your bag, it’s very nicely done, with pleasantly crisp sounds and some funky playing.