Become a member for exclusive content and be a part of my team: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiU0DwnFdPN4hhnq2jKlEyw/join Hey guys. In this video I’ll be talking about the basic music theory needed in order to start producing music. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below! Download link to the cheat sheet: https://bit.ly/32p3TnF ➤ Website: https://www.mixwithvasudev.com ➤ My Academy (Offline) – “Oracle Studios & Academy” – Join Our Most Advanced Audio Engineering & Music Production – AEMP Course, that will help you take your tracks to the next level. For more information, contact on: +91-9555524892/7011615551. All the classes are taken by Vasudev. [More]
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YouTube music production and sound design presence Venus Theory looks at creating 808 sounds for trap, using only the facilities inside Steinberg Cubase. Using Retrologue and effects, the drum sound is based on a triangular waveform. The filter section takes away some of the high end, adding resonance and distortion, enhancing mids, then the ADSR envelope is adjusted. Adding legato makes for smooth glides between notes, then post-processing in Quadrafuzz, some basic equalizer changes in the channel strip and Maximizer to make it stand out in the mix finishes the workflow. As well as exporting your finished sound as a [More]
The key editor is a great feature for chord composition with a MIDI keyboard, letting you concentrate on recording notes into the grid and their velocity, while letting Cubase take care of the timing by using your computer keypad to choose the quantise setting. The key editor has a number of other very useful time saving features for your music production workflow, helping you to quickly and easily edit MIDI information, note and chord parameters, create complex chords and much more. It’s one of many features which makes Cubase the most user-friendly music software and DAW. We hope you find [More]
This video looks at MIDI and score editors in Cubase, which are key to the workflow of events and projects in your music production. The key editor is a piano roll editor, optimised for working on musical notes, where you can add extra notes, edit MIDI information and more. It has a setup window to let you show, move and hide different things, where you can also save presets and factory settings. There are also drop-down tabs with even more functionality and parameters, for example editing note length for a more realistic sound, changing articulation and dynamics and pencil drawing [More]
This video looks at how to organise a project and maintain your project structure in Cubase, which will prevent your music production from becoming disorganised. When using numerous samples from the MediaBay, it is important to rename tracks with appropriate names, for example whether they are instruments or vocals, hook lines, vocal takes, a lead section, beat and groove or a particular project section, so they make instant sense as soon as you look at them. To keep on top of a project with large number of tracks, create folders of selected tracks. You can easily move a selected track [More]
The chord composition feature in Cubase makes it straightforward to compose without playing an instrument or needing to know music theory. The chord feature lets you compose a movie music-style soundscape for creating atmosphere – for example evoking drama and romance – with a very straightforward music production workflow. In this sample composition, three tracks are created and notes are made to form chords with the pencil writing in the key editor. In music composition, each chord has its own color and texture and a dropdown menu lets you easily create different types of chord. Creating a chord track then [More]
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Using key commands really speeds up your workflow in Cubase. They are great shortcut, because you don’t have to spend time using the mouse to find different commands. The function keys operate a lot of the basic controls, like opening and closing the mix console, access to VST connections, the MediaBay and automation panel. Tools including arrow, eraser, scissors, glue, zoom, mute, pencil and scrub tool can all be accessed using key commands, as well as frequently used commands like zoom in, zoom out, copy, paste, undo and all the commands you need for transport and recording, like set locators, [More]