Cubase Tutorial

macProVideo.com release Cubase 101: Core Cubase      23/11/09
Cubase Tutorial


macProVideo.com have released Cubase 101: Core Cubase. Here's what Steve H of the company has to say about it...
Cubase was one of the original DAWs. Starting on a single 1.4 MB floppy disk in 1990, Cubase has grown to become the only digital audio production program you need to create amazing music.
When I first encountered Matthew Loel T. Hepworth I was blown away. Here is a guy who not only knows Cubase like he wrote the software himself, but he could also teach it in an fun and informative way. Matthew is the consummate master of all things Cubase and we are very proud and excited to have him as part of our NonLinear Educating team!
Cubase is a grownup DAW that offers the musician and producer an awesome array of highly sophisticated tools: From really easy MIDI recording and editing to slick audio editing and Melodyne-like pitch shifting. Cubase does it all and Matthew explains everything perfectly in a very friendly manner... it's like having a your very own Cubase expert sitting in the chair next to you!
So whether you're new to Cubase or a long time user, Matthew explores the arcana of this deep DAW revealing optimized workflows, uncovering noteworthy tips and tricks and taking us on a very well thought out, top to bottom exploration of this amazing piece of music production software. Take it from me, Steve H, you're going really dig this tutorial!
Pricing and Availability:
$49.50 USD More information:


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