Cubase home page pic - bad set up?

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Cubase home page pic - bad set up?

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https://www.steinberg.net/en/support/kn ... /2020.html

Aren't the speakers set up kind of wide for the how close the Friendly Cubase User is to them? More of an isoceles triangle than an equilateral one ...

Or not?
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They're cardboard speakers like the ones you see in department store furniture. He is wearing headphones.

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Woodcrest Studio wrote:They're cardboard speakers like the ones you see in department store furniture. He is wearing headphones.
Headphones that any call center operator would be proud of!

I'd think Steinberg would have a technically accurate photo on its home page!
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-Cubase "Safe Start Mode" (CTRL-ALT-SHIFT)
-Get variable-tempo audio to follow a grid here,
-Replacing freely-timed section into a variable tempo project

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alexis wrote:
Woodcrest Studio wrote:They're cardboard speakers like the ones you see in department store furniture. He is wearing headphones.
Headphones that any call center operator would be proud of!

I'd think Steinberg would have a technically accurate photo on its home page!
Well they'd better get rid of that acoustically hideous reflective window then. That's upsetting the soundfield one heck of a lot more than the speakers being a little wide. :)
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Laxatives all round on this one! :lol:

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