Posts Tagged 'Steinberg MR816 X'

Majority of Steinberg products Lion compatible

Majority of Steinberg products Lion compatible

Steinberg announced last week that most Steinberg products run flawlessly under Apple’s latest operating system, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion. The majority of Steinberg products are Lion compatible; however, further development is required to ensure overall compatibility through the entire product range. While the testing phase was completed prior to the release of Lion, Steinberg will release patches and driver updates for current products with remaining issues.

Update for Steinberg MR816 CSX/X available

Update for Steinberg MR816 CSX/X available

Steinberg released an update for the MR816 CSX and MR816 X Advanced Integration DSP Studio. Version 1.6 of the Tools for MR includes several main revisions and enhancements: The Yamaha Steinberg FireWire driver now supports the Yamaha FW16E FireWire Expansion Board and offers a better performance on Apple Macintosh computers with faster processing of the audio input and output. The Steinberg MR Extension also sees several minor enhancements.

Advanced Integration updates for Cubase 5, MR816 CSX/X and CC121

Steinberg is pleased to announce that it has today released a set of updates to its software and hardware solution consisting of Cubase 5, MR816 CSX and CC121. The added capabilities include substantially extended control options for CC121, workflow enhancements for MR816 CSX/X as well as functional additions and refinements to Cubase 5. The updates further deepen the integration of the three components within the context of the Advanced Integration technology centred on the Cubase 5 Advanced Music Production System. All three updates are available now as a free download for all registered customers of the respective products at www.steinberg.net.

Steinberg ships Advanced Integration Hardware

Steinberg is pleased to announce that the MR816 CSX and MR816 X Advanced Integration DSP Studios and the CC121 Advanced Integration Controller are now shipping to Steinberg resellers worldwide. Designed by Steinberg and Yamaha and manufactured by Yamaha in Japan, the new hardware units are the result of the ongoing technological cooperation between the software and hardware experts at both companies.