Audio files on this page accompany our February 2021 Cubase workshop.
Steinberg turn the dial up to 11 with a stonking new version of Cubase.
Last month we ‘faked’ some string‑arrangements. Now it’s time to add a human touch.
The following Audio examples accompany our Cubase: String Theory Part 2 workshop article.
Audio examples to accompany Part 1 of our Cubase: String Theory article.
Cubase can help you write and arrange realistic string parts.
Thinking of collaborating with other musicians/engineers? Here's how to prepare and share your Cubase project data.
Future-proof your projects. We examine the archival options for users of Cubase Elements, Artist or Pro.
Cubase Pro's Spectral Comparison EQ makes it easy to figure out why things sound too different or too similar!
Check out these audio files that accompany this issue's Cubase workshop.
With some simple signal routing, Cubase can tell you exactly what a plug‑in is doing to your audio.
Reduce the time you spend on podcasting post-production, with these Cubase voice-editing tips.
Looking for creative inspiration? Tap into Cubase's new MultiTap Delay...
Check out these audio examples which accompany this issue's Cubase Workshop.
If you want to inject some motion and mystery into your pad sounds, why not fire up Padshop Pro and enter the matrix?
For those who want an iOS workflow that closely follows established desktop conventions, Cubasis is probably the most popular DAW/sequencer app currently available.
Cubase 10.5's Padshop 2 granular synth can create wonderfully engaging pads from any sample.
Could Cubase 10's Channel Settings window become your go-to mixing tool?
There's something for everyone in the latest version of Steinberg's flagship music production package.
These audio examples accompany our Cubase workshop about Distroyer, the new distortion plug-in introduced in Cubase 10.
We dish the dirt on Distroyer, the new distortion plug-in introduced in Cubase 10.
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