Efficient management of Cubase’s Workspaces can be a great help when you need to work quickly.
Whether archiving projects, creating stems or saving CPU resources, Cubase 8’s Render In Place feature has you covered.
Cubase Pro 8 gives you four different reverb plug-ins to choose from, but which one should you be using?
Use Cubase’s new VST Bass Amp to recreate the sound of Royal Blood’s doubled electric bass.
Audio files to accompany the article.
Take some of the work out of your workflow, with Cubase 8 Pro’s Plug-in Manager.
Cubase 8 can help you experiment with different chords and voicings to fake a good performance.
Stuck in a songwriting rut? Cubase’s Chord Pads and Chord Assistant can help you out.
Use your Cubase reverbs as spot effects.
Cubase 8 combines powerful tools from Nuendo with new features such as VCA faders and the ability to render audio in place.
Add DJ–style effects to your Cubase projects with LoopMash FX.
Here's how to set up your own hardware–controlled channel strip in Cubase.
Cubase’s Track Lanes system is great for speedy comping, but Track Versions brings plenty more to the party...
These files accompany Cubase Technique article in the November 2014 issue.
Cubase has all the tools you need to add vocal glitching effects to your pop or EDM tracks.
The ZIP file of the Cubase 7.5 project template.
I’ve long wished Steinberg would implement true VCA–style automation in Cubase — it is, for me, a critical...
Cubase's built-in VariAudio pitch processor isn't just for vocals...
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