Try out some ’80s-style high-frequency enhancement by recreating the famous ‘Dolby A’ trick with Cubase’s bundled plug-ins.
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Cubase 7’s Mix Console is far more capable than its predecessors, but can be daunting to newcomers. We show you how to configure it to your needs.
Steinberg’s Padshop can be used to create excellent rhythmic effects.
Learn how to march to a different beat in Cubase, by locking a tempo-varying performance to a fixed beat — and vice-versa.
If you want to overdub programmed parts to a performance that varies in tempo, Cubase has all the tools you need.
These simple steps in Cubase 5 will make your programmed acoustic drum tracks sound more authentic.
Find out how to build a natural-sounding acoustic drum kit in Cubase’s Groove Agent One.
Get creative with your guitar tones, using Cubase’s VST Amp Rack
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Cubase’s quantise tools aren’t just for MIDI these days: find out how to make your recorded audio parts sit in the same groove.
The groove‑quantise functions in Cubase allow you to tighten your performance without killing that all‑important human feel.
Learn to switch between monitor systems with Cubase’s Control Room.
Manage multiple monitor mixes with Cubase’s Control Room.
If you’ve ever wanted to tighten the timing of multitrack drums in Cubase, look no further...
Cubase’s new comping facilities allow you to assemble the perfect multitrack recording from several takes.
Mastering keyboard shortcuts makes Cubase easier to use and is good for your health!
Recording and mixing with outboard gear in Cubase 6.
Mangling your old drum loops is easy with Cubase 6’s LoopMash 2 plug-in.
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