If you’re not blessed with flawless piano keyboard skills, don’t worry, Cubase can help.
Create robotic vocal effects using Cubase’s in-built tools.
When building Macros gets tough, the tough get going with Cubase’s Project Logical Editor.
As these vocal examples demonstrate, Cubase’s Macros enable you to streamline your workflow significantly and save yourself considerable time.
Compressing dynamic vocal parts can be tricky with one compressor — so why not try using two?
Looking for a new synth? Check out Cubase’s latest bundled one first!
When it comes to mixing bass, sometimes more is more, and Cubase has all the tools you need...
Can Cubase’s Groove Agent SE4 take care of all your virtual drummer needs?
If you like to explore different versions of a song (or just have difficulty making your mind up!) Cubase’s Track Versions have a lot to offer.
Manage effects and processors more efficiently in Cubase’s MixConsole.
Cubase’s MixConsole has all sorts of handy features to help you establish an efficient mix workflow.
Cubase’s audio transpose features open up some interesting creative possibilities.
Vocal perfection means timing correction — and Cubase’s AudioWarp gives you the tools you need.
With only the most basic of keyboard skills, you can use Cubase to play convincing piano parts in real time.
Want to convert your multi-channel instruments into audio? Here’s how to do it in Cubase.
Live loop triggering may not be Cubase’s raison d’être, but it can be done...
Cubase’s natural home may be the recording studio, but you can also use it for on-stage improvisation.
Cubase 9 Pro’s Frequency EQ plug-in can do everything from gentle tone shaping to delicate mid-sides surgery.
Cubase 9 makes side-chain audio inputs possible for VST 3 instruments, the first being Retrologue 2.
Amongst Cubase 9’s new features is a whole new track type dedicated to quick and easy sampling.
Cubase has all the tools required to add a human feel to your programmed acoustic drum parts.
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