This Cubase Pro 10.5 video tutorial adds a wealth of forward-thinking new features designed to speed up your workflow and help you make better music. In this series of in-depth series, we explore the most significant and universally useful of them, from the Spectral Comparison EQ mode and video export function, to the MultiTap Delay and overhauled Padshop 2 plugins, Combined Select Tools mode and beyond.
By Walter Hunnicutt
We begin the video tutorial with a guide to the new Spectral Comparison EQ mode, using it to make space between instruments in the mix, and discussing the reasons for doing so. Then it’s on to the new video export system, enabling MP4 videos to be rendered directly from within the Cubase environment, with or without timecode.
Chapters 3 and 4 take you on a guided tour of the MultiTap Delay plugin effect, with its versatile internal effects scheme, and the new Arpeggiator and Spectral Oscillator of the Padshop 2 granular synth. And in Chapters 5 and 6, we show you how to move tracks between projects with the new track import system, and take advantage of the improved MIDI Retrospective Recording setup.
Finally, we completing our comprehensive look at Cubase Pro 10.5 with a fly-by of the Combined Select Tools mode, Note Ruler, Colorized Mixer Channels and Safe Start mode.
SWA Complete Cubase Pro 10.5 Review
I'm about halfway through this set of tutorials. They're brilliant!
Walt is very knowledgeable and personable and is a great explainer. He pitches the level just right.
I'm an experienced electronic musician who is new to Nuendo 11 (The Cubase 10.5 tutorials also work with Nuendo and the more recent version.) I've learned lots of important basics that I missed on my own and tons of more advanced concepts and tips.
Walt builds depth of understanding and is very clear and entertaining. I liked this enough to also order the Halion 6 and Backbone courses. Thanks!