Get more done in less time, with these workflow tips for Cubase 7.
With the Chord Track, even the most keyboard-phobic and ham-fisted of composers can play in their piano parts!
Cubase's StepDesigner offers a surprising amount of creative potential.
Let's assume you've recorded and edited your next hit single in Cubase, and now you'd like to construct a mix whose instruments go hand in hand...
Cubase 7 includes the Voxengo CurveEQ plug-in, which matches the frequency responses of different sounds.
Want to fake some vocal harmony parts? Cubase 7 has a range of tools that can help you...
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Using Cubase 7’s powerful new Chord Track, you can completely rework your existing compositions.
Try out some ’80s-style high-frequency enhancement by recreating the famous ‘Dolby A’ trick with Cubase’s bundled plug-ins.
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.
In the dim and distant past, Cubasis used to be one of the names Steinberg reserved for junior versions of Cubase...
Steinberg’s Padshop can be used to create excellent rhythmic effects.
Steinberg's DAW software has received perhaps its biggest shake-up to date, with a redesigned mixer and some clever chord functions.
Learn how to march to a different beat in Cubase, by locking a tempo-varying performance to a fixed beat — and vice-versa.
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