Recording and editing audio doesn't have to be a difficult task. In fact, after learning the right skills, recording audio with Cubase can be a lot of fun! Thankfully, Cubase specialist Matt Hepworth is here to teach you everything you need to know about working with audio in Cubase 10...
First, Matthew explains how to set up your projects for recording. You learn to set your input levels on your audio interface, how software and hardware monitoring works, and how to configure your project settings for recording. Then, you discover the different recording modes and options available in Cubase, including cycle recording, comping lanes, and punching. Once your audio is recorded, it's time to get that perfect take using Cubase's arsenal of editing tools. Matthew also explores audio effects, inserts, sends, as well as more advanced features like folder tracks and grouping... and more!
If you want to learn about recording and editing audio in Cubase 10, your search is over... this is the course you NEED!
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Howard Shevitz wrote on January 12, 2021
Got some great insight into the interface even though I've been using it for years. Plenty of spots where I had that "Ah, got it!" exclamation!
Neil Kendall wrote on December 27, 2020
Fantastic course - really comprehensive, really easy to follow and gets you the knowledge you need quickly. I really like Matt Hepworth's Cubase courses. I definitely recommend this to anyone who's looking for an easy and effective way to learn how to use Cubase.
Satori wrote on July 26, 2020
A good introduction on basic audio recording, but it only scratches the surface and doesn't cover more advanced editing techniques. I'd like to see an advanced audio course that covers using the lower-pane audio editor, pitch shifting, pitch correction, time stretching, matching audio to project tempo, working with hit points, recording dry while monitoring with VST effects versus recording wet, audio crossfades, etc. None of these topics are covered in this course, so we need another course that focuses on these things.
Claes Olsson wrote on January 16, 2020
Very clear and friendly presentation.
Hepworth is very competent.