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Musikmesse 2010: Steinberg hint at two new applications
The leading music production software manufacturer Steinberg has hinted that it will be releasing two significant applications at the Frankfurt show in two weeks.
Writing on their website, Steinberg announced that Musikmesse 2010 will see them "unveiling two eagerly anticipated applications that will create a lot of buzz".
The company has not released any further details as to what these two applications will be.
However, being the 'home show' for the German software manufacturer, it is safe to say that the product announcements will be significant.
The Musikmesse show has been key to Steinberg's release schedule in previous years, and their 2010 show programme is already hotting up.
At Hall 5.1, stand B78 visitors will be able to see the current range of Steinberg products in action including Cubase 5 as well as their hardware such as the CI2, MR816 and CC121.
As usual there will be a plethora of scheduled demonstrations and artist talks, where Steinberg experts will be talking people through new features and tips and tricks.Posted on 12 Mar 2010 19:30 to category : Instruments News
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