Now that you know the fundamentals of using Steinberg's Cubase, you're ready to learn about recording and editing audio and MIDI data. Join Cubase Product Specialist Matthew L.T. Hepworth as he reveals how it's done in this 2-hour course!
Recording and editing MIDI and audio can be a complex and tedious task. Cubase is packed with so many audio and MIDI features, it can be difficult to know where to begin. That's why we've asked our Cubase expert Matthew L.T. Hepworth to share his expertise and make the process easier for you.
First, you learn to create a new project from the Steinberg Hub and how to set up Cubase to work with your audio interface. You discover the metronome and count-in options, and you learn to configure other important settings to quickly start recording.
Next, Matt shows you how to add instrument and audio tracks to your project and start laying tracks. He demonstrates different ways to record MIDI and audio, from building a virtual drum performance with Groove Agent SE to recording an electric bass guitar track. All the different recording modes are clearly covered to help you record and layer multiple MIDI and audio tracks in no time! And once your tracks are all recorded, you discover the great editing tools and features that Cubase has to offer: quantizing, transposing, comping, crossfading, and much more...
So plug in your MIDI keyboard and microphones, and get ready to take your recording and editing skill to the next level, with Cubase!
I am only part way through this course, but I have found it invaluable to find my way around Cubase.
I have previously tried another course, but found it did not really dive into the details, and as such missed out on the very fundamentals that are necessary with a complex bit of software such as this,
This course provides the fundamentals, and then builds upon that in a logical and progressive manner.
I felt that this course is money well spent, and I am very pleased with it.
Victor Garcia wrote on September 17, 2022
Just finished the Cubase 101 course and followed up with this one. It gave me a much more comprehensive view of Cubase, and I now have a better understanding of recording and editing. Would definitely recommend it.