Remember analog sound recording when producers had to manually slow down and speed up their tape machines to record audio at different rates. Today, Cubase does all this for you! The DAW instantly matches up different audio speeds, also referred to as varispeed, by using the included élastique tape algorithm. Watch this episode to learn more on how to use varispeed options, touching on musical and linear modes as well as the virtues of digitalized analog recording techniques. We hope you find this video entertaining and useful. If you like what you see, please leave a comment and tell us [More]
FULL COURSE HERE : Register and get 1Gb Free Samples here For Free Plugins (click ‘Free’ in menu) This Cubase 9.5 tutorial for beginners teaches you how to make a complete song / track, even if you have never used Cubase before. This clip is taken from our FULL course where Jay Hales and Jon Merritt of Born To Produce shows you ‘How To Make A Track’ from start to finish, from absolutely nothing – right through to the final mixdown and master. This online Cubase tutorial course is ideal for beginners or intermediates and teaches you not only Cubase but [More]
In this video tutorial, I give you 10 useful tips for working in Cubase. Most of these tips and tricks are about project navigation, not mixing and mastering. Nevertheless, once you master moving around your project, you will be able to more readily focus on the task at hand, which is of course recording and mixing professional music. Thanks for watching and check out the links below. Peace! Amazon Affiliate Link for your Christmas Shopping: Amazon Influencer Store with the stuff I use in the studio: That ridiculous mouse (Logitech G600) with all the buttons: Thanks!
Dave goes over various ways in which he uses Heavyocity’s Punish plugin. You’re at The Place! Heavyocity Punish: Subscribe to our channel:… Please ‘Like’ and ‘Follow’: Get your copy of The Pensado Papers: Category Entertainment License
►► Create radio-worthy songs from your bedroom. Download my FREE Radio Ready Guide and learn my 6 step process → I’ve said for years that you don’t need a “real” recording studio to make radio-ready recordings. A modest home studio setup will do the trick just fine. But a buddy of mine asked me “Do I even need studio equipment or microphones to record? Can’t I just use my iPhone?” The question made me pause…CAN YOU make a record on an iPhone? And nothing but an iPhone? I decided to find out.
Watch the original iPhone song video here: ►► Overwhelmed by EQ when mixing? Just download my FREE 7 Step EQ Checklist → Wow! So many of you enjoyed my iPhone-only recording and mix in last week’s video. Thanks! But many of you had questions regarding HOW I pulled it off. So today I’m going to walk you through my mic technique (or phone technique I should say) as well as my exact mixing settings in Garageband. Also – you can download or stream this iPhone edition of my song “Wandering Man” here:
Lesson one of the basic music theory course for guitar! In this lesson I’ll teach you all about the musical alphabet.
Don’t learn music theory. Seriously. This video is for true guitar geeks. Here’s the FULL (totally free) fretboard clinic… I tell you this story so you can skip this part of your guitar journey and go straight to these 5 foundational fretboard concepts that will give you the theory knowledge that you’ll use 90% of the time you play guitar. If you have an engineer’s mindset and love knowing exactly how everything works, then learn everything about theory. If you want to win the “music theory” category on Jeopardy, learn music theory. But if you’re like me, what’s really [More]
In this video I tell you what you need to know to write a basic and effective melody using 4 basic guidelines and knowledge of a scale, key, and tonic. This is part of my Music Theory series. Today’s thumbnail feature Carl Phillip Emanuel (CPE) Bach, a famed composer of the Galant and Classical styles known for his beautiful and elegant melodies. He was also the son of Johann Sebastian (JS) Bach, a master of the high baroque style. History shows an odd reversal with this son-father pair, as JS Bach was not particularly well known or highly regarded in [More]
Tips for musicians who want to make a sustainable career out of their music. Visit Our Blog here: TIP NUMBER 2: People do judge a book by its cover. I see musicians all the time who have terrible images on their Facebook pages! If you’re trying to forge a career out of your music online, you need images and banners on your social media pages and website that are up-to-date, current, and professional. When you make your own graphics and you’re not a graphic designer . . . WE. CAN. TELL. It doesn’t have to cost the earth to [More]