Edit In Place Overview (9:44)
The In Place Editor in Action (5:07)
Adapting In Place Editing (5:08)
Drum Editor Overview (6:51)
Drum Editor Functions (13:41)
Drum Editing (11:04)
Drum Editor Mapping (7:01)
List Editor Overview (6:24)
List Editor in Action (10:01)
Key Editor Overview (6:42)
Linking Editor Functions (6:44)
Key Editing Multiple Parts (8:14)
Key Editor Inspector (7:24)
Automating Notes (7:46)
Logical Editor (6:01)
Score Editor Overview (7:32)
Sample Editor (7:58)
Audio Part Editor (3:59)
Video Editing Setup (2:03)
Using Video in Cubase (5:54)
Video Viewing (2:51)
Converting MIDI (5:52)
Cubase 7 is one of the most advanced DAWs when it comes to editing Audio and MIDI. Steinberg guru Mark Struthers takes you on an encounter of the editor kind, where you'll learn all about the different editors in Cubase and how to use them efficiently and creatively. If you use Cubase, this series is a must see!
Mark begins with an in-depth introduction showing you all the different Editor Views available in Cubase and how they interact with each other. Next, Mark covers Edit In Place Editors, followed by detailed videos about the Drum Editor including an Overview, Drum Editor Functions, How to Edit in the Drum Editor, Drum Editor Mapping, Using Multiple Drum Lanes to Focus on Individual Drum Sounds and much more.
Moving on, Mark reveals the List Editor with an Overview and then shows you it in-action. The Key Editor is then shown and you'll learn all kinds of things like Linking Functions Between the Different Cubase Editors, Editing More Than One Performance at a Time, Independent Track Loop Functions, and How to Manually Add Chords rather than Single Notes to name just a few.
Now it gets even better with tutorials on Automating Notes, Note Expression, the Logical Editor, Score Editor, Sample Editor, Audio Part Editor, Using Video in Cubase and Syncing it with Audio, The Floating Video Panel, Converting MIDI performances to Fit Different Instruments and so much more!
If you're a Cubase user, you owe it to yourself to know as much as you can about the powerful Editors available to you in Cubase. Take a trip with Mark Struthers and discover all that they can do... Watch "Cubase Editors Explained" today.
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Submitted 5 months ago
A great introduction to all the editors
Submitted 7 months ago
Easy to understand and follow
Submitted 7 months ago
Excellent videos, now all I need to do is give up work to watch them all so I can finally start using my software the way it was intended
I am a: Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Cubase
Submitted 9 months ago
This course covers different editors in Cubase. The examples and demos are helpful. I learned several tips which have made using Cubase easier.
I am a: Hobbyist, Musician
Submitted 2 years ago
Superb, thorough tutorial
An excellent, methodical tutorial. Best viewed as a unit, the pieces work exceedingly well together. There are a lot of "I'll get to this in a later tutorial"s that might be an issue for someone watching some of them in isolation, but if you want to take an afternoon and get a comprehensive overview of Cubase's editors, you really couldn't ask for better. Extra thumbs up for the presenter's clear delivery and understated sense of humor.
I am a: Game Designer, Professional, Musician, Sound Designer
Submitted 2 years ago
Cubase editor depth!
I've used Cubase for about 1,000 hours and watched at least 20 hours of professional quality video instruction for it. Despite all this I never learned some of the critical details in this tutorial about so many of the editors. This new knowledge is already radically changing my workflow! This tutorial fills a tremendous void regarding Cubase editor usage. Thank you!
I am a: Hobbyist
Submitted 3 years ago
Concise and coherent
Cubase ... like other flagship DAWs, is an incredibly deep program. The BFM is over 1200 pages and does not always exhaustively explicate all of its deeper features ... event when the several hundred pages of supplemental manuals are taken into account. This tutorial does a very good job of 'introducing' some of the deeper features of the many editors available in Cubase and is worthwhile for the intermediate or advanced user as prologue or 'refresher.' I have only given it 4 stars because it has on irritating aspect and one major deficiency in my view. Irritatingly it often cross references things it glosses over to "other Groove3 tutorials" without specify which ones and in which tutorial of that one the requisite information is to be found. The deficiency is the shallow attention paid to the Logical Editor, ultimately Cubase's most powerful and compelling feature, particularly for MIDI editing. It deserves 3 or 4 dedicated tutorials, not the glossed over 'intro' provided. Nonetheless, 4 stars is 4 stars.
I am a: Semi-Pro
Submitted 3 years ago
Tons of info, pay attention!
Alot of good information here, don't be put off with it being Cubase 7, it still applies to Cubase 8+. The only issues I had were the strong British accent, you really have to pay attention and the disorganized/confusing titles used for each video, they do not flow well and it's not always easy to know which videos are related because of this. Using titles like this would have been much clearer. Edit in Place - Overview Edit in Place - In Action Edit in Place - Adapting Drum Editor - Overview etc.... Regardless, well worth your time to watch entire series.
I am a: Professional, Sound Designer, Musician
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