Last month, we introduced Cubases VST Expression facility. Now its time to build your own multi-articulation instrument.
This accompanies the Cubase Technique VST Expression workshop for SOS February 2010 (...
Unlike other DAWs, Cubase has no dedicated support for phase-locked timing correction of multitrack drums. But with a little imagination, it is possible...
Audio Examples From Cubase Techniques April 2010
We show you how to coax a more convincing performance from your VST instruments using Cubases Chorder plug-in.
Filter sweeps and rhythmic filter effects are a key element in dance music — and theyre easy to create with Cubase 5s bundled plug-ins...
These files accompany the Cubase Technique Filter Sweeps workshop for SOS May 2010 (...
Waves ground-breaking Vocal Rider plug-in takes the pain out of vocal level-automation, but if your budget cant stretch that far, you can get part of the way there using nothing more than Cubase 5s built-in processors.
Audio files in our SoundCloud player, with downloadable high-res WAVs for your convenience.
Just how do you write musical cues to match the length of a video in Cubase?
Administration is a bore, but Cubase 5's Project Logical Editor can take the hard work out of keeping your projects tidy.
Creating your own project templates is one of those useful housekeeping jobs you can do when you’re in a less creative mood.
Make full use of your speakers with these stereo enhancement tips for Cubase.
Bouncing Cubase's MIDI and VSTi parts down to audio opens up a whole new world of processing possibilities.
Got a drum loop with a great groove but a less-than-great kick sound? Let's beef it up...
In Cubase 5, Steinberg introduced some powerful batch-export options, which have removed many project archiving and transfer frustrations.
Cubase offers several different ways to take advantage of your master keyboard's knobs, buttons and faders.
Knowing how to interpret and act on Cubase's level meters can help you to make better mixes.
Even a handful of knobs and sliders on a MIDI master keyboard are enough to give you hands-on control of your Cubase mix.
John Walden considers the leap from 32 to 64.
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