Steinberg Virtual Museum

See Steinberg history online      05/02/10
Steinberg Virtual Museum


Steinberg has opened a virtual museum with a bunch of exhibits (photos, ads, marketing, videos, etc) outlining the interesting history of the company and its products from its inception in the eighties. Charlie Steinberg himself talks on the vids which are mostly in English but subtitled when in German.
A virtual elevator will take you to 25 floors of exhibits - one for each year from 1984 to 2009 - but only 14 of them are open so far.
Thanks to the Guvnor for the story.
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    Mathias    Said...

    The Steinberg team are picking their noses again. :)

    Interesting information, but probably the worst flash site I've seen in a long time.

    I wish they've spent more time fixing Cubase bugs than creating useless flash sites.

    05-Feb-10 04:44 PM


    Derek    Said...

    No, it's *the* worst Flash interface of *all* time. :)

    For easier viewing, proceed directly to http://museum.steinberg.net/filebin/ and download all the .flv files. Watch them with VLC.

    17-Mar-10 08:23 AM


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