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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]
In this video I cover the process of creating two templates for audio post production. The first is a template for a stereo post production mix which includes layback tracks for the full mix and an undipped DME mix. The second template is for a 5.1 feature film mix and has provision for a variety of bounces, including the full 5.1 mix and a host of 5.1 and stereo stems. I go into detail about the process of creating each template and explain my reasoning for each and every step of the process. The video also contains explanations about how [More]
Cubase makes it very easy for editing audio files. As the audio samples are imported to the DAW, they become events in the main project window. When you click on them, the waveform becomes visible in the editor below, Some of the most useful editing processes take place in the offline processing window, making for a fast and efficient workflow in your audio production. They include the gain level, normalise (to help maximise loudness but keep the peak level below clipping and distortion) and you can reverse the audio, which is useful for adding dynamics to a verse or chorus. [More]
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 [More]
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Cubase Elements is a great personal music production system and, with a free Cubase Elements Trial now available, here are some tips about how to record music with this exceptional digital audio workstation. You can make music easily with Cubase Elements 10.5 because it comes packed with different instruments, sounds, presets and high end effects. This exceptional music creation software has plenty of input and output tracks, a sampler track, audio and MIDI channels, so there is plenty of capacity in this music production software for recording audio and creating music with MIDI instruments. You don’t even need to be [More]
This video continues along our theme from a previous video, and show you how to import an AAF file into Pro Tools! So if you want to brush up on your post production audio skills, check this video out! *** Patreon *** *** Show Notes and Resources *** Pro Tools: Adobe Creative Cloud: *** Ear Training For Audio Engineers *** Sound Gym: *** Shop Cato’s Favorite Gear *** *** What’s in My Studio *** Universal Audio Apollo 8: Eleven Rack: Great River MP 2NV Preamp: Shure SM7 Microphone: Furman Power Conditioner: [More]
Grammy Award-winning producer, mixer, and audio engineer Jordan “DJ Swivel” Young (Beyonce’, The Chainsmokers), joins us on mainstage to walk us through his production methods and workflow from one of his recent production. He’ll also debut something brand new that he’s releasing soon. Follow Avid:
Cubase 10.5 is the most advanced music production software yet from Steinberg, a high quality DAW which can justifiably claim to be the best digital audio workstation for professional and home recording. Featuring major workflow improvements and many significant improvements from previous versions of Cubase, this music recording software brings the best workflow and most advanced music production to the worlds of Mac and Windows PC recording for the home studio and professional facility. For the best recording studio experience and mixing software, you need look no further than Cubase 10.5 and Cubase Pro 10.5. We hope you find this [More]