The latest version of Steinberg's popular DAW is better than ever. First released more than 30 years ago, Steinberg keeps on adding new features and enhancements with every new version of Cubase. When learning such a deep software, it can be difficult to know where to begin, but don't panic. Our in house expert Matthew Loel T. Hepworth is here to show you exactly how to master this fantastic DAW with this step-by-step guide.
Matt starts the course by explaining the small, but important, differences between the Mac and Windows version of the program. Next, he explains the important steps you need to follow when installing the software, and he reveals how to set up the software with your audio and MIDI gear. Once the setup is done, you are ready to create a new project. You discover all the different elements of the Cubase interface and you learn to navigate it. You also learn to use the different types of track (Audio, MIDI Instrument, and Sampler tracks), you learn all the essential keyboard shortcuts, how the media tabs work, how to use VST instruments, and a lot more... After completing this course, you will have an excellent understanding of Cubase, and you will be able to use it with confidence.
So join Cubase master Matthew Loel T. Hepworth in this Beginner's Guide, and learn everything you need to start making music with Cubase 11!
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Gary Atkins wrote on March 27, 2021
This is an excellent course, Matthew gives you all the the basics you need to get started with Cubase quickly. Each video is structured in short easy to digest segments but is full of valuable information.
Excellent wrote on January 3, 2021
Matt Hepworth's courses are always top quality. He is a very good communicator. Good content also. Recommended.
James Johnston wrote on December 26, 2020
Lawrence23 wrote on December 1, 2020
Great course for getting started with Cubase 11 in a hurry. I like to watch course and then dive into the manuals. It helps to create a big picture with all it's divisions of info. Then the manual is not so daunting.