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Mikeyprs



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Re: Cubeat Detective
      #1109040 - 22/06/14 11:27 PM

Hi all, first post here (I think!)

I'm curious to know if there's any sort of visual aid in the form of a video anywhere that can help demonstrate the technique described in one of the on-line articles probably quite some time ago now which shows how to edit/Quantize Guitar/Drums (or whatever). Whilst I don't mind reading about techniques and stuff, I'm generally a visual learner, I either have to be shown how to do it or told how to do it as i'm doing it...

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

Cheers!
Mikeyprs


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Mikeyprs



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Re: Cubeat Detective new [Re: Mikeyprs]
      #1109218 - 24/06/14 07:47 AM
anyone?!


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The Elf
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Re: Cubeat Detective new [Re: Mikeyprs]
      #1109223 - 24/06/14 08:29 AM
You could take a look HERE

But that's ancient technology now. The multi-track quantise of Cubase as it is now wipes the floor with that old stuff.

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Mikeyprs



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Re: Cubeat Detective new [Re: The Elf]
      #1109246 - 24/06/14 11:37 AM

Thanks Mr Elf,

I've read it, and i kinda get the idea but with the way I actually learn stuff as mentioned in my initial post i either need to see it happen (in the form of a video or whatever)or i'd have to be coached how to do it as I do it myself - and i don't think there are many people more knowledgeable about cubase in my local area, or at least to my knowledge anyway.

I get it's ancient Tech now, I've yet to have the money to upgrade my gear :/ damn bills etc!

Thanks again anywho! =)


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Re: Cubeat Detective new [Re: Mikeyprs]
      #1109715 - 27/06/14 10:08 AM
bumpy bump!


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Re: Cubeat Detective new [Re: Mikeyprs]
      #1109727 - 27/06/14 10:47 AM
Well I do offer personal tuition. If you're interested then PM me and I can give you any details you need.

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