Steinberg have linked up with GAK Music shop to offer Making Music members preferential discounted prices on their range of products.
Steinberg are specialists in audio and music technology products with millions of users worldwide. They specialize in music composition and production, mastering, restoration, sound design and audio for the music, game and film industries. Find out more about Steinberg in their Corporate Member blog.
Which products have discounts available?
Dorico - the scoring software for the 21st century
You can use Steinberg’s Dorico notation program to write your music. Once digitalised, scores and parts can easily be emailed to your performers. It helps you write, print and play back music notation to the highest professional standards. Created by the world experts, Dorico combines the finest engraving of the last millennium with the cutting-edge technology of the next.
Recording you music - Cubase and UR Audio Interface
Use Cubase to record and capture your performances. Microphones need to be connected through an audio interface to convert an analogue sound to digital, this can be done using Steinberg’s range of UR audio interfaces. There is also a wide range of iPhone and iPad apps that include the free Smart Click metronome, and Cubasis – our complete sequencer for the iPad.
The UR22mkII Recording Pack may also be of great interest to Making Music members who wish to record themselves. It comes complete with everything you need to record and produce a top quality recording.
How do I get my Discount?
Contact GAK directly via email or phone, stating the Discount code MM2018SBG
GAK, (Dan Thomas - Education Manager), GAK Education, 60 Gladstone Place, Brighton, BN2 3QD.
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