- Daw and Cubase
- 3. Cubase Versions
- Important studio equipment
- Physical Chain of Sound
- Cubase Installation
- Steinberg Hub
- Cubase Project Folders
- Sync and Prepare
- Main Screen
- Tempo and Quantize
- Bonus Lecture
Take your first steps into the music industry with this course!
Here we'll start from the beginning to cover all the things you need for your home studio, installing Cubase 10 and understanding how and what is everything.
This is how the course will help you:
Understand the basic terms of music production and the technology behind it.
Learn the type of equipment you'll need before you get started
Comparing between the different versions of Cubase
Install Cubase by CD or by download
Understand Cubase files and organization
Getting familiar with Steinberg's Hub
A quick overview on the screen, navigation and tempo features.
And much more!
So, see you in the first lesson!
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About the instructors
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From a young age, I knew that music is what I'm going to do in life. I learned piano when I was 7, continued with guitar at the age of 14 and already started writing songs. This is when I knew I want to be a producer.
Music is my passion, a way of life, something that takes more than a degree (and believe me, I've been there). So I decided to make it more than just a passion, and help other people get to the place they want.
Took me 10 years to make courses and build a way that anyone can learn how to write music in less than 10 hours.
By all means, ask me anything, consult or... even just chat! Music is connecting people, and musicians are the best friends!
i like the way you explaining. i think you should do full cubase tutorial for beginners or advance.
There is lots of good material here. But the presentation style is very fast, making it difficult at times to understand the material. This is especially true if you are being exposed to this material or the underlying concepts for the first time. I also found the instructor a bit snide, which may motivate some viewers and be a plus. For me, it was a minus.