Steinberg CC121 Reviews4.4/5.0 based on 5 customer reviews
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April 25, 2012
Great productBest of the best,easy to use,steinberg knows the game
from Columbus, Ohio
May 11, 2013Music Background:
Musician, producer, hobbyist
Top Notch InterfaceI does everything that its advertised to do. It is made of extremely durable materials, and beautifully constructed. I go between this, the mouse, and CUBASE IC PRO on the iPad, when interfacing with Cubase. I wouldn't say it directly improves my music, but it does help me feel more connected to the Cubase environment - thus I do get more of a flow going. After using for over a year, I would definitely miss it terribly if, for some reason, it were gone. My experience is that Steinberg is top-notch.
July 7, 2011
Great control surface for CubaseWas up and running in 10 minutes. Completely integrated with Cubase. Still trying to break the mouse habit but this makes mixing in Cubase a pleasure the motorized fader only works with the power supply and not with USB power alone so make sure to have space for a wall wart. It is also a little late on response. All Ana all, I love it though.....
from Milwaukee, WI
April 6, 2013Music Background:
Studio engineer, musician
Very handy controls, but has one design flaw.I love having rotary control over Cubase's four bands of EQ. I find myself using the AI knob regularly for jogging. The CC121 is also a solidly-built product. The one problem is that the black strip in the center of the product makes the EQ knobs and transport buttons very difficult to see under typical control room lighting conditions. Of the eight transport buttons, only three light up, but only when engaged. Otherwise they are black buttons on a black background, and that's such a senseless hindrance to work flow.
from Queens, NY
October 5, 2012Music Background:
Quality Piece Of HardwareThis little unit gives you total Cubase integration. Made with quality components. No cheap plastic or lightweight, this thing is a little tank. I thought build quality like this was forgotten! Really makes your Cubase workflow go faster when tracking. Well done Steinberg!