Basic Audio Recording Modes in Cubase | Music Production for Beginners 3

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This video looks at each different recording mode in Cubase for your music production and sound design workflow. It’s usually best to record audio in sections, using the left and right locators. Cycle record mode can be enabled in the transport window or timeline, which starts recording continuously in a loop, creating new sections of recording between the track locators each time. With the cycle point deactivated, you can also set punch in and punch out in the transport bar to automatically start and stop recording audio at the track locators. The range tool lets you highlight a section of a song and automatically select punch points to that area. Cycle History + Replace mode only keeps the recordings since you last hit record

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Hello I Have a Question That i Cant Seem To Find a Answer To How Can i Set Up When i Recording a Vocal ( i Wont To Here FX Like Reverb and AutoTune in Real Time ) With Out Recording it To The Track Just Monitoring The FX.. I Use To Be able To Do This When i Used a Steinberg MR816 csx BUT NOW i Switched to a Waves Digigrid iOS And Now i Can No Longer Here Real Time FX UnLess i Place The Reverb or Autotune in a Insert But Then It Records it To The Track if You Have a Trick to Achieve This Please Explain Thanks So Much

Gareth K Music says:

The punch in/out unlock option was a revelation. Always great stuff, thanks!

James Wright says:

Thanks Andy!

Rafael Hernandez says:

Cubase is the best DAW and have all free videos to keep in going. Thanks

Harrysound says:

Been using Cubase for 10myears….lots of new info in this video I never knew 🙂

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