Cubase has long been the favorite DAW of many recording musicians and engineers due to its comprehensive attention to detail and simple workflow, and with the new updates in Cubase Pro 9, the recording software has truly become one of the "most complete DAWs available" to quote Steinberg. Sporting brand new features, streamlined workflows and new plugins, Cubase 9 is a powerhouse of a DAW that rivals any other software on the market.
It’s not often we get to do a joint review of two different products, but when we saw how flawlessly the new Presonus Studio 192 and Digimax DP88 worked together, instead of deciding between the two, we decided to review both! The Studio 192 is a rack-mounted audio interface and "Studio Command Center" boasting 192kHz/24 bit recording capability via USB 3.0 connectivity. In contrast, the DP88 has no standalone recording capability and is designed to be used in conjunction with any other studio setup via ADAT.
Designed to be the "NS-10s" of over the ear headphones, the Yamaha HPH MT7W provide a neutral, flat midrange frequency response reminiscent of the classic monitors they were modeled after. Built out of a thick ABS housing, synthetic leather, and rigid die-cast aluminum support-arms, the HPH MT7Ws are incredibly durable and ideal for studio and live monitoring use.