Cubase 11 expands its Sample Editor’s capabilities to include cool new live performance tools. Hollin Jones shows you how it works…
Get to the heart of what Cubase can do for you with this quick guide to setting up, routing and capturing audio.
Understanding the way your virtual mics are positioned will give you the power to completely control the way your audience experiences music. Matt Hepworth explains how.
Learn how to record every type of guitar and bass in Cubase, from electrics to acoustics, with this comprehensive and advanced new video course.
Capturing the tone of a real hardware amp after your guitars have already been recorded? It's easier than you might think with this quick guide...
Get a complete guide to the fundamentals of audio recording and editing in Cubase 10 with this comprehensive and easy-to-follow new course.
Understand the relationship between hardware and software levels when recording in Cubase with this quick explainer video from Matt Hepworth.
Understanding how your computer names and treats modifier keys is essential to working quickly and efficiently in Cubase. Matt Hepworth explains how they work.
A new browser, permanently floating windows, Hi-DPI, 4K and Retina support are just some of the improvements Steinberg has made to Cubase 10. Here, learn how they can help you.
We can all use a few more shortcuts, power moves and timesavers when working in Cubase. Here are 10 you may not have known.
Here's how the top new features in Cubase 9.5 will supercharge your workflow and improve your music making and finished productions!
The second in this series of free Live Labs sees Steinberg Product Specialist Matt Hepworth delve deeper into the world of recording, programming and production. Enrol today to see it!
The new Live Labs series of lectures from Ask.Video starts with a six-part exploration of Cubase with Matt Hepworth. Join him to become a Cubase master!
The latest update to Cubase brings a raft of changes across the board from instruments to workflow. Hollin Jones spent some time getting to know what's new in Cubase 9.5.
Large projects can mean lots of zooming and scrolling, but there's a feature in Cubase 9 you may not have known about that can save you a bunch of time and effort...