Gary gives you a walkthrough on the new multimastering tool, Supervision and how to use it.
This video goes over Squasher and how you can use it on your tracks.
See how to use the new Imager plug-in to increase the stereo width of your tracks.
This video takes a look at how you can use Dynamic EQ with the new Frequency2 option.
With Frequency2 you can also setup multiple sidechaining sources. Watch how to set it up!
You now have extra Mixdown options, where you can create stems and batch process them. See how to do it here.
This video goes over the Scale Assistant and how it is a helpful tool if your music theory isn't too great, or if you want a tool to help you make sure all your instruments are in key of the scale.
You can now create MIDI CC Ramps and Curves, much like how you can do in automation. This video shows you how to do it!
Here we go over how you can now view your Global Tracks in the other key editors.
This video takes you through the steps on how you can use the SpectraLayers extension to extract vocals and instruments from a recording.
Here we go over the new playback modes in the Sampler update, plus how you can slice up your audio in the sampler by detecting its transients.
This video shows you how to slice up audio on the grid within the sampler. Here we look at how to slice up a vocal part.
Gary now shows you how you can use the Cubase sampler to add Legato and Slide to your sampled instruments, for further dynamics and expression.
Cubase 11 also comes with some new sample sets. Gary goes over these new sample sets and how to use them. Check it out!
Cubase wiz Gary Hiebner delivers in-depth Cubase 11 video tutorials all about the new features and functions found in Cubase 11! See what's new and how to take advantage of the new options and use them in your Cubase songs and projects. You also get the audio files used in the video tutorials so you can follow along on your Cubase system. These videos are for those who already familiar with Cubase and just want to know about the newly added features in version 11.
Gary greets you and starts with a breakdown of the new multimastering tool Supervision, and how to use it when mastering, followed by a video on the way-cool Squasher plug-in and all that it can do when sonically manipulating your tracks. Next, learn all about the new Frequency2 option found in the Dynamic EQ and how to use it, including how to set it up for multiple sidechaining sources.
Moving on, Gary covers the new Mixdown options that allow you to create stems and batch process them in different ways, and reveals the new Scale Assistant, which is a helpful tool if you don't have a lot of music theory knowledge, or if you just want a tool to help make sure all your instruments are in the same key of the current project scale.
Throughout the rest of the videos Gary explains and explores the new MIDI CC Ramps and Curves, how to view Global Tracks in different editors, use the new SpectraLayers extension to extract vocals and instruments from a recording, the new playback modes found in Sampler and how you can easily slice up your audio by detecting its transients, as well as how create an instrument with Legato & Glide in the Sampler, explore the new sample sets, and much more.
To see exactly what these in-depth Cubase 11 video tutorials show you, and how they'll get you up to speed and using all the great new additions to Cubase 11, see the individual Cubase tutorial descriptions on this page. Learn all about the new Cubase 11 features and functions and get the most out of Cubase 11 today... Watch "Cubase 11 Update Explained®" now.
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