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Steinberg, the company responsible for the concept of the Digital Audio Workstation and VST plug-in technology – has released the mobile version of its flagship product. Cubasis 3, is “a new app redesigned and developed from the ground up with all new code opposed to bringing an update of Cubasis 2”, according to the developer. Is it an all-new app, or simply an incremental update to the former version? Let’s find out.
The follow-up to Samsung’s a70 has arrived in the U.S., though there are a few differences to the global A71. 5G connectivity from the snapdragon 765G, along with an aluminum frame and glass back give it a bit more premium feel.
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