The Steinberg Cubase SL 3 is a member of the sequencer s/w category.
Steinberg was founded in 1984; their first software product was Pro 16, a MIDI sequencer for the Commodore 64. In 1986 they created Pro 24 for the Atari ST.
The Cubase sequencer was born on the Atari in 1989, ported to the Mac in 1990 and Windows in 1992. Steinberg's Virtual Studio Technology, at the leading edge of native signal processing, was introduced to the PC in 1998.
In January 2003, Steinberg was acquired by the US company Pinnacle Systems. Steinberg remains a major force in music and audio software.
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