Matching EQ Curves11:43
By using Voxengo CurveEQ, you'll see how to match commercial recordings with your own to facilitate more professional sounding mixes.
Drum & Vocal EQ11:41
During this tutorial, you'll continue using Voxengo CurveEQ to closely emulate the EQ of individual commercial tracks - such as Vocals and Drums - to provide sonic distance between them.
Drum Hit Points & Quantizing12:09
See how to set up quantizing for drum audio tracks to create a tighter performance without losing the feel.
Using MIDI Grooves with Audio8:14
By extracting the timing from an audio file Hi-Hat pattern, discover how to use its fluid timing and impose it onto more static sounding kick and snare audio files.
Slice & Tempo Match Drums12:00
Learn how cutting a stereo drum file into individual slices can be used to elastically adjust the loop to a different audio file with a different tempo.
Here, we'll look at replacing drums from one audio performance with drums from another, using third party plug-ins and MIDI files taken from the timing of an audio file. Drum replacement and reinforcement is also covered.
Locking & Layering Loops9:13
By tightening the timing between two distinct loops, we'll discover how to lock the inevitable timing discrepancy between them so that they play together and groove.
Reinventing the Beat6:26
Here, you'll discover how to use Cubase 'Beat Designer' to trigger rearranged sliced ranges from one audio file and create a new beat.
Live Tempo Detection8:09
By matching the fluctuating tempo of one performance, learn how to tempo detect a live recording and use the resulting hit points to create a tempo map.
Group Editing Drums Pt. 19:28
In this first tutorial of two, see how to edit multiple drums simultaneously using group editing.
Group Editing Drums Pt. 28:24
Continue your exploration on how to edit multiple drums simultaneously using group editing.
Group Editing Backing Vocals10:50
Expanding on the knowledge gained from the previous pair of tutorials focused on group editing, see how to use those skills on backing vocals to make quick adjustments for cleaner and crisper timing.
Lush & Tight Backing Vocals7:04
Cleaning up headphone bleed from a vocal performance for a lusher and tighter sound is explored here.
Creative Delay Effects8:11
See how to use delay ideas and effects to be more creative with your productions.
Further Delay Effects5:11
Learn the procedure of how to add delay effects in sync with the project tempo to create echoes that blend into the mix more transparently.
Saving Plug-In Presets6:38
Learn how to use effect presets for convenience and ease within a project and across to other projects.
Correcting Multi-Mic Phase Issues10:12
Explore how to fix the inevitable phase issues in recordings that are sometimes made with multiple microphones.
Learn how to use automation more creatively to enhance centrally positioned audio.
Recording & Printing Effects4:41
Discover a quick but effective method of recording to file and 'print' an effect.
Headphone Cue Channels7:43
See how to set up multiple headphone mixes to give performers an individual mix.
Singing Bass Lines8:16
By using audio to MIDI conversion, learn how to 'sing' a bass line.
Cubase 7 Tips & Tricks Volume 2 is unleashed! Mark Struthers is back by popular demand, this time focusing on production, editing and mixing tips and tricks in the almighty Cubase 7. Watch and learn incredibly helpful techniques that will give you a "power up" when working in Cubase 7.
Mark starts with fantastic tutorials on Matching EQ curves, Drum and Vocal EQ, Drum Hit Quantizing, using MIDI grooves on audio tracks, Slice and Tempo Match Drums, Drum Replacement, and how to Lock and Layer Loops in Cubase 7.
Next, Mark shows you ideas on Reinventing a Beat, Live Tempo Detection, Group Editing Multi-Tracked Drums and Background Vocals, and creating Lush, Tight Backing Vocals.
Effects are looked at, including Creative Delay Effects, Sync Delay Effects and Recording and Printing Effects. Mark then gives you some utility and corrective ideas with Saving Plug-In Presets, Correcting Multi-Mic Phase Issues, Creative Automation, Individual Headphone Mixes, and Singing Bass Lines via Cubase 7's Audio to MIDI conversion feature.
If Cubase 7 is your DAW, this series is a must have. These tutorials will inspire you to do more in Cubase 7, while making it easier and more productive then ever before... Get "Cubase 7 Tips & Tricks Vol 2" today.
Submitted 5 months ago
Really useful lesson
Just watched the Cubase 7 Tips - they are really good tips even for 8.5. Love David Struthers' teaching style. He is so clear and methodical and shares his vast in-depth knowledge in really useful examples.
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