In this first video, you'll look at how something as innocuous as the metronome can be used to inspire complex and creative grooves using the new click pattern feature, specifically covering septuplet swing for Hip Hop and progressive metal time signatures.
Automation & Direct Offline Processing10:38
Next, take a look at how to use the new Bezier Curves and Range Tools to sculpt and duplicate automation, and manually create a side-chaining effect, as well as a quick look at direct offline processing for non-destructive pre-rendered effects.
The Sampler Track Revisited11:05
Learn how to extract melodic samples from drum kits, slice drum loops and create granular pads using only MIDI and the Sampler Track!
In this video, Paul shows you almost every feature of Flux, as well as show how to create an initialized patch using the supplied preset included with the videos.
Continuing on from the previous video, discover how to do sound design with Flux to create a Pad, Bass and Arpeggiated Pluck sound!
Cubase guru Paul Ortiz shares cool production tips and tricks when using some of the new features added to Cubase 9.5. See how these new features can serve as a starting point for inspiration, as well as provide endless creative options!
Paul begins by welcoming you and then starts with the new Click Track options in Cubase 9.5. See how something as innocuous as the metronome can be used to inspire complex and creative grooves.
Moving on, Paul reveals the new Automation and Direct Offline Processing functions, and you’ll see how to use the new Bezier Curves and Range Tools to sculpt and duplicate automation. You’ll also learn how to manually create a side-chaining effect, and get a quick look at direct offline processing for non-destructive pre-rendered effects.
Next, Paul revisits the Sampler Track and shows how to extract melodic samples from drum kits, slice drum loops, and create granular pads, using only MIDI and the Sampler Track!
Wrapping it up, Paul gives you 2 videos on the powerful new FLUX Wavetable Synth included with HALion Sonic SE3. Get an in-depth tour of the new synth, as well as how to make staple sounds such as a Pad, Bass and Arpeggiated Pluck sound, all from scratch.
See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you’re looking for some cool, inspirational info on using some of the new features found in Cubase 9.5, look no further. Watch “Cubase 9.5 Production Tips & Tricks” today!
Submitted 4 days ago
Creative and informative
Paul is an excellent presenter. What I appreciate is that he explains every step he takes in the process even if minor steps to go from point A to B are not the focus of the tutorial. His approach is not only informative but it sparks creativity.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Sound for Film/TV, Cubase
Submitted 1 month ago
Nice tips !
Nice tips and tricks !
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Game Designer, Mastering Facility, Sound for Film/TV, Cubase
Submitted 3 months ago
As always - clear and direct
A nice and short video course which covers some good tips and tricks on the Cubase update. Easy to follow and to retain as I feel the course is just the right length to take in the information. Very helpful to include the attached file for the Halion plugin. Definitely recommend this course.
I am a: Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Ableton Live, Cubase, Logic Pro
Submitted 3 months ago
Great Patch Creation Tutorial!
Slim but deep tutorial. The chapters on Flux provide additionally and excellent mini patch programming tutorial of wide general application for any synth. Instructor's audio is clear and perfectly synced with video. Now, please tell me that Flux has not taken a page from Sylenth1.
I am a: Semi-Pro
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