How can you make cool rave-style patterns and computer FX in Cubase without using a MIDI keyboard? By using these tips!
Cubase 11 expands its Sample Editor’s capabilities to include cool new live performance tools. Hollin Jones shows you how it works…
Getting a great string sound doesn’t mean spending a fortune. Hollin Jones shows you some pro tips for processing and mixing strings in Cubase.
Tired of your loop collection? Cubase has some amazing tools built right in that can help you refresh them. Hollin Jones shows you how it’s done…
Cubase has a wealth of creative record modes for capturing MIDI. Matt Hepworth shows you how to build up your tracks using MIDI Merge.
Get to the heart of what Cubase can do for you with this quick guide to setting up, routing and capturing audio.
Matching the sound of your favourite commercial tracks can be easier than you think if you take the right approach to mastering. Matt Hepworth shows you how in this short video.
Everyone has their preferred DAW, but when you strip out personal factors, what is each one actually best at? Matt Vanacoro breaks it down.
Steinberg's flagship post production suite shares much DNA with Cubase but in many ways it's a very different beast. Here's why it should be on your shopping list.
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.
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...
Understand the relationship between hardware and software levels when recording in Cubase with this quick explainer video from Matt Hepworth.
Cubase made its name as a MIDI sequencer for external hardware and that's still a popular way to use it. Matt Hepworth walks you through the building blocks of the setup.
The new MixConsole features in Cubase 10 range from big changes to small ones, but they will all make your life easier in important ways. Hollin Jones explains how.
Understanding how your computer names and treats modifier keys is essential to working quickly and efficiently in Cubase. Matt Hepworth explains how they work.