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...
In this final part of the Cubase start to finish tutorial series Hollin Jones explores how to turn your mixes into masters and export them so the world can hear them.
In parts 1'"3 we looked at recording audio and MIDI in Cubase 8.5, but now you need to start putting everything in the right place. It's time to get editing and arranging. We show you how it's done.Â
You will almost certainly be using audio as well as MIDI tracks in your Cubase projects. Here's how to get it right first time.Â
Using MIDI parts to lay down the basics of a track is a great way to get started. Let's look at how it works and how you can generate ideas using Cubase 8.5.Â
Groove Agent comes with some cool drum kits, but it can be even more fun to make your own'"and it's not as hard as you might think!
With his "Nirvana" 3-track release today on Bedrock records, Guy J continues to push further into melody-rich house music. Guy explains the workflow and tech behind "Provokoter" and listen to it here.
Getting your tracks to sound great and perfecting workflow in Cubase can be easier than you think if you follow these expert tips'¦
Steinberg were behind the original VST format, so it makes sense that Cubase has some nifty features when it comes to working with VST Instruments. Hollin Jones highlights 6 of the them.
Once you have Audio recorded into Cubase, how does that signal flow through the DAW? Matthew Loel T. Hepworth will show you how the signal flows downstream.
It's all well and good knowing Cubase well enough to produce great songs and mixes... but staying organized, and knowing how to manage your media can be just as important.