It is very convenient to create, mix, record music by means of the Steinberg Cubase sound workstation. A rich selection of virtual instruments, the use of advanced technologies and an extensive audio library of ready-made elements for soundtrack design turn the work of sound recording into a creative process that ensures the realization of ideas of any complexity and guarantees high-quality results. Cubase contains all the necessary tools for developing, mixing and recording sound compositions by beginners, and is also applicable for home use.
2. Install Steinberg Activation Manager 1.3.1.exe
3. Run Setup.exe in the Cubase Pro 12.0.30 folder and install Cubase
4. Run “Activation Manager Unlocker b3.exe” and then restart the PC
The update introduces some improvements to the performance, stability, and other areas of the application.
Performance and stability issues
The 12.0.30 update addresses a couple of performance issues. These issues could occur when closing the application. We have also improved the performance when working with the Vienna Pro Ensemble.
We will continue to investigate performance issues on specific systems and provide additional improvements in future updates. We still rely on your reports, so please get in touch with us in the Steinberg Forum if you are still experiencing issues after this update.
Plug-in blank space issues
When opening and working with plug-ins, blank spaces could appear to the left/right side of the plug-in panel. We addressed this issue in this maintenance update.
We have improved the following features and functionality:
Editing time-stretched clips in Musical Mode now works as expected.
Moving Chord Events with the Range Selection tool now works as expected.
Switching from the Time Warp tool to other tools no longer changes the format of the timeline unexpectedly.
Recalling Project Logical Editor presets now works as expected.
The selection tool in the Sizing Applies Time Stretch mode works as expected when changing the algorithm in the preferences.
Adding warp markers to multiple selected events with the Free Warp tool now works as expected.
The Track Controls Settings window now works as expected.
Importing AAF files no longer causes error messages on Macs which run on Apple silicon.
When exporting selected tracks that contain audio clips with the ARA extension, error messages no longer appear.
When using ARA extensions on AIFF clips, processed audio files no longer sound distorted.
The ID and Description labels for marking events are no longer swapped.
Adding Ambisonics channels in the MixConsole now works as expected.
Using the MixConsole Reset Channel function on an output bus now works as expected.
VariAudio segments in the Sample Editor are colored correctly, according to the chord track.
Presets can now be loaded from the right-click menu in the Channel Settings window as expected.
Vertical scrolling in the Sample Editor when using VariAudio now works as expected.
The MIDI Remote mappings for the Control Room now work as expected.
The items in the Mapping List of the Mapping Assistant are now sorted correctly.
We have improved the performance when closing projects.
We have improved the performance with Vienna Pro Ensemble plug-ins.
The Roomworks VST3 plug-in now works as expected.
We have improved the user interface responsiveness when showing or hiding automation tracks in large projects.
Closing the application in Windows no longer takes an unexpectedly long time.
We have improved stability in the following areas:
when importing track archives with video tracks
when importing tracks from projects
when working with VariAudio
when working in the Score Editor
when working with Audio Alignment
when working with network drives
The network connection to the GoPro VR Player can be established as expected.
The timecode overlay in the video player window and in exported videos is now as accurate as intended.