Making music has never been easier. With numerous MIDI improvements and enhancements, you can fix and finesse every note to perfection—from transposing and trimming notes with the arrow keys, to building chords and scores faster than ever before. Now available in Pro Tools 2018:
How can you turn your music DAW’s default drum sounds into something more realistic sounding? With these producer’s tricks you can make a MIDI kit sound like it’s being played by a real drummer. ============================== Consider subscribing to the channel for more guitar lessons, original compositions and occasional gear reviews. Check out the blog for more lessons, and exclusive content: Sign-up for my monthly news digest over here:
This Pro Tools tutorial explores how to convert drum transients to MIDI. Watch more at This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter three of the Pro Tools Projects: Editing Drums Using Beat Detective and Sound Replacer course presented by author Brian Lee White. The complete Pro Tools Projects: Editing Drums Using Beat Detective and Sound Replacer course has a total duration of 3 hours and covers many of the operational modes and common workflows in Beat Detective, including tempo mapping and quantizing multi-track drums, and a variety of drum sweetening techniques like sample triggering with [More]
In this video we’ll show you how to record audio and MIDI data from a virtual instrument in real time in a single pass. Applying these useful and easy-to-adapt routing tricks, you’ll be ready to simultaneously record audio and MIDI from a virtual instrument in no time. Click play and see for yourself! We hope you find this video entertaining and useful. If you like what you see, please leave a comment and tell us what you think. Thank you. Your Steinberg YouTube Team Check out the trial version of Cubase and lay hands on the exciting features Cubase has [More]
I use the Akai MPK 261 MIDI controller every day. In this video tutorial, I show you how to set it up the way I did. It basically involves mapping one bank to performance controls. Then, I mapped the other bank to track quick controls in Cubase and VST quick controls in Cubase. Then, I leave another bank completely open. Programming a MIDI controller as a generic remote for your DAW can be intimidating. I hope this video makes it a little easier. Check out the links below if you want to help out the channel. Thanks! Here’s a link [More]
A look at how to use grooves created from MIDI Data to alter the timing of a MIDI part to allow replication of either parts you have already programmed, or the groove of classic pieces of music tech history like the TR-808 and others. Grooves from Mars MIDI:
In this Cubase tutorial, you will learn how to turn MIDI into audio in Groove Agent SE 4. It is a trick and tip that will help you with mixing and editing workflow. Especially if you are accustomed to mixing beats in audio. So, I hope you learn something. And check out the links below if you want to help out the channel. Thanks! Check out my Amazon store with the stuff I use: Or consider using my Amazon affiliate link: Thanks!
I decided to make a video showing a few custom workflow ideas that I have created using Cubase Pro 9.5. BRAND TRACKS – A system to show tracks with data “on the fly” when going between different areas of a template. MIDI DUMP – A system to store all midi/instrument tracks with data in a project so that they are hidden (inside the Midi Dump) yet instantly recallable. THE CUBASEMENT Ever get tired of going to that pesky VST Instruments Folder to find your VST Audio Outputs (for Rack Instruments with Midi Tracks)? Well, The Cubasement is exactly where I [More]
This is a quick midi setup guide in pro tools. Look how it is easy. Zapraszam do dawania donejtów, które w całości zostaną przeznaczone na rozwój kanału (w tym naprawa instrumentów,zakup aktualnie potrzebnego wyposażenia)
An overview of the Quantize functions in Pro Tools and how they can be used to modify the timing of both audio and MIDI data.