This comprehensive Cubase video tutorial was written for the Cubase user who has a basic understanding of how to use Cubase but wants to dig in deeper and unlock more of this amazing workstation’s capability. If you’ve ever said “I know this can be done, but I don’t know how” then SWA Complete Cubase 9.5 is for you.
We start with the theory and academics of what makes Cubase work. By understanding how Cubase handles your project files and associated media you will help you get organized and help you avoid some common mistakes. We’ll dig deeper into hidden functions and sort out the key differences between similar functions to help you choose the right tool for each job. And we’ll take a look at unlocking more creative firepower from VST Instruments and effects with tips trick and demos along the way.
Our mix of scripted lessons, instructor-led exercises, and animated visuals make learning Cubase fun and effective
Have you updated to Cubase Pro 9.5? The Cubase 9.5 New Features Update video tutorial takes an in-depth look at six of the new features introduced in version 9.5. We start with an overview of all the enhancements in this last release of Steinberg’s flagship product. We cover the new wave table synth “Flux” from start to finish. We begin with reviewing the fundamentals of synthesis, what differentiates wave table synthesis and then explore the functions and features of Flux.
In this Cubase video tutorial we explore the new ability of the Sampler Track to accept MIDI parts as a source. This comes with a few limitations and we look at each of those as well as the associated work-arounds. We also demonstrate some creative ways to use the new automation curves to coax some unconventional results out of the sampler track.
We shift gears and look at an all new way to deal with signal processing in the chapter on Direct Off-Line Processing. A familiar tool to the audio post-production and film world, version 9.5 brings this highly efficient way of working to Cubase. We show how and why to use D.O.P along with its strengths and weaknesses.
Finally we explore the new metronome enhancements, demonstrate how to integrate those with some new functionality in the Signature Track and some quick-tricks to speed up working with both.