We've used Cubase as our primary platform since we began in 1999. It's the most intuitive, simple and compatible system around.
Making music happens in the mind and soul, not in the computer. This is where Cubase shows its strength, as an intuitive yet powerful tool that doesn't allow its complexity to obstruct its ease of use.
… what Steinberg has done with MixConsole is incorporate an awful lot of features into a single window, and in doing so dramatically improve workflow.
Music Tech, Issue 119, 2013
... I don't think there's a good reason for existing Cubase users not to want to upgrade — but there are maybe a few reasons why users of other software might cast a curious eye over Steinberg's latest work.
Sound On Sound, Issue, 4, 2013