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Published in SOS June 2014
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Technique : Cubase Notes

Bouncing Cubase's MIDI and VSTi parts down to audio opens up a whole new world of processing possibilities.

Rob Talbott

Audio Examples

The audio files on this page are the examples which accompany the Cubase technique column in SOS June 2014.


This is the organ bass melody that provides the starting point fort this month's tutorial.


Amongst the processes performed was a pitch envelope to the last note, which made the note longer.


Multing out a note to another track allows effects and processes to be performed on a per‑note basis.


It's not difficult to imagine building a track around the more complex parts that can result from manipulating the bounced audio from your MIDI/Virtual Instrument parts.

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