- Jan 27th, 2011
Cubase 6 offers some amazing new features to Steinberg’s iconic DAW. This FREE First Look Tutorial-Video will show you many of Cubase 6’s coolest new tools & abilities.
In this Cubase 6 First Look tutorial, Matthew Loel T. Hepworth (macProVideo.com’s Star Cubase Trainer) shows you all the awesome new audio features in Cubase 6. You'll explore features like Multi-track Audio Quantization, Audio Tempo Detection, and Drum Replacement.
Next, Matt demonstrates the many refinements that have been made to the LoopMash and Groove Agent plug-ins that allow them to work together seamlessly. You’ll see & hear how the new plug-ins (like the VST Amp Rack guitar processor and HALion Sonic SE synthesizer workstation) work seamlessly with this incredible DAW to make pro sound.
When it comes to the HALion Sonic SE synthesizer, you'll get a solid exploration of the world’s first Note Expression compatible virtual instrument while getting a look into the future of MIDI with note-based continuous controllers like pitch bend and expression. Other chapters will go over 64-bit native mode, the new Comping feature, background grid adjustment, and Standard MIDI File and General MIDI operation.
Whether you’re upgrading from a previous version of Cubase or a new user looking to see what Cubase 6 offers, this "Cubase 6 First Look" from macProVideo.com is a must-have tutorial!
- Cubase 6 100: What's New In Cubase 6
- Cubase 6 101: Quick Start
- Cubase 6 102: Exploring the Fundamentals
- Cubase 6 103: Production Basics
- Cubase 6 104: Working With MIDI
- Cubase 6 105: Working With Audio
- Cubase 6 106: FX, EQ, Automation and Mixing
- Cubase 6 303: Cubase TNT Tips and Tricks 1
- Cubase 6 501: Working with Cubase 6 - Level 1
- Cubase 6 502: Working with Cubase 6 - Level 2
- Cubase 6 503: Working with Cubase 6 - Level 3
- Cubase 6 504: Working with Cubase 6 - Level 4
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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I actually took the entire Cubase 6 series courses. These courses are the best I could find anywhere. Highly recommended!
Very well done. easy to understand. very thorough. Well worth the investment.
First Cubase course I watched, and one of the best - clear and concise throughout. Excellent.
Superb introduction to Cubase, quite effective for V7 as well as 6 and 6.5. Instructors knows every nuance, and steers through the material cleanly and effectively. Highest rating.
DAWs are never the easiest to pick up. These Cubase tutorials made switching from my previous DAW a breeze. Highly recommended.
My take on "What's in the new Cubase 6? Lots of people in the music industry will never get to know what the depth of MIDI technology is. The fact that it exists is too convenient; like turning on the radio, we don't know all the details of how or why the signal gets the music to come out of the speakers. But to some of us that are passionately involved in music, we can't pull ourselves away from another way to create something original to share with the world. MIDI was my turn on the road to becoming a hermit. At first it was a way to keep myself entertained off the job. Some musicians use crossword puzzles, others puzzle at what they put up their nose, some reflect on our wonderful world and how we manage to fit somewhere in it. And, some of us ended up on the MIDI highway. When I first started to do my home studio I found that putting on my own tracks was just like going into the studio, but you're alone. With no direction known. A Complete Unknown. Way cheaper than hiring other musicians to play their own instruments, I felt MIDI was a gift for me to get around the lack of money and also the time that is required; rehearsing with other musicians so we could "go in and record". I figured out that the time I spent making a single MIDI song was correlated to the cumulative time that ALL the members of a band spent working on a project. Since lots of my time on the road was spent "waiting", this ended up being a sane investment. After all, weren't we musical "artists" supposed to be involved in making something unique to show the world- and couldn't I use my time "waiting" in a hotel room by sequencing up a new demo? I would love to get back home with new tunes to share with my original band, the "Real" band; and to welcome their input so my music could get better. It's like hitting the ground running... in the '90's, b4 home PC's. After learning a few other programs of desktop software music production, I got able to get around in this enormous MIDI world. ...
I always love how crystal clear Mr. Hepworth's tutorials are... and this one is no different. Being a free tutorial, I figured he'd pretty much "sell" me on Cubase 6. But he didn't have to do any "selling". Holy cow! I'm stoked... can't wait to get my copy of Cubase 6. I am SOLD. Great job on the tutorials Matt... and I am crazy excited to upgrade to Cubase 6 now. Thanks for all your hard work Matt. This is great stuff. Warmly, Brian Keith Voiles