Installation & Authorization4:35
Dave dives right in and shows you how to install and authorize Cubase 9.
Before taking on a recording project, see how to make sure your equipment is properly set up and configured within Cubase.
Here, you'll learn the basics of routing your hardware and software, using the VST Connections window.
See how to create your first project and learn a bit more about how to manage them on your computer.
Get an overview of the Cubase interface and learn a few ways to navigate around.
The Project Editor5:51
Dave now gives you a deeper look into the common controls you'll be using in Cubase as you explore the project window.
Discover the basics of Cubase's transport and ruler, and become a master navigator.
Dave reveals what you need to know about tracks and how they work inside of Cubase.
Preparing To Record2:04
Get your project ready to record, and learn how to set the tempo, time signature, and use the metronome.
Recording Pt. 18:11
Explore the basics of recording audio onto a track in your project and learn about objects.
Recording Pt. 25:11
Now learn how to add a VST Instrument and record with MIDI inside of Cubase.
Explore the different recording modes to help you get down to business and make the tracking process much more efficient.
See how to to organize your projects like a pro using folders, markers, and colors!
Learn all about the different the editing tools before diving in to object editing.
Object Editing Overview3:18
Start familiarizing yourself with how objects work in the Cubase project window.
See how to manipulate objects, parts, and more from the event display, and learn the basics of timeline editing with objects.
Edit deeper with audio and MIDI by exploring the basics of their editors.
The channel editor is one of the most used features in the Cubase workflow, learn all about it here.
Mixing Pt. 15:25
Familiarize yourself with the MixConsole and its different parts, to help you along the way with mixing.
Mixing Pt. 210:41
Set up a rough mix and see some common mixing workflow scenarios you may need to access.
Importing & Exporting11:31
When it comes to mixing down your project or bringing in loops and samples, it's important to know the basics of handling audio outside of Cubase. Also see how to export your song and share it with the world.
Want to get going with Cubase 9? Join Cubase master Dave Askew and learn what you need to get up and running fast, all the way to exporting your first song, with these in-depth Cubase 9 video tutorials.
Dave begins with installation & authorization, how to prepare before starting a recording project, setting up and routing your hardware and making your first project.
You'll then learn all about Cubase 9's interface, windows, navigating, the different track types, recording audio and MIDI, editing and the different edit tools, organizing your projects and much, much more.
See the individual tutorial descriptions below for detailed info. If you're new to Cubase 9, and want a great place to start to learn this powerhouse DAW, this video series is for you Watch "Cubase 9 Explained" today!
Submitted 1 week ago
Great for a newcomer.
I'm considering changing DAWs, and I have the full trial version of Cubase. It's like I know what I want to do, but I don't know where anything is! This video series is extremely helpful in getting me up and running. I see how to make the kinds of tracks I want to make, how to add FX, and how to render the final mix. I'm good to go, even though I don't know most of Cubase. All the essentials to make a song are covered here clearly. I can read the 1,344 page PDF manual when I decide to.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer
Submitted 2 weeks ago
Very very Good
Industry standard Training Videos. You wont find anything better on the market. I'm more than satisified.
I am a: Beginner, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Mastering Facility, Sound for Film/TV, Cubase
Submitted 3 weeks ago
Cubase 9 Explained
Excellent , great for beginners and experts... ????????????
Submitted 3 weeks ago
Very well done. Most helpfull
Covered in great deal, and well done.
I am a: Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Mastering Facility, FL Studio, Cakewalk Sonar, Cubase, Pro Tools, Reaper, Studio One, Samplitude
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