Designed to support instructor-led training and independent learning, this course book covers everything readers need to know to complete a Cubase project.
In this course, students will learn to build multitrack projects, record live audio, use MIDI and virtual instruments, and add audio processing to their recordings.
The included hands-on exercises will help students develop essential techniques for recording, editing, and mixing within the Cubase environment.
Topics of discussion include audio basics and principles of digital audio, system hardware options (audio interfaces, MIDI controllers, etc.), software installation, the Cubase file structure and organization, the Cubase user interface and toolset, project parameters, file size considerations, working with tracks and track types, recording audio, managing audio for a project, importing media files, recording MIDI and assigning virtual instruments, navigating through tracks and media, using editing techniques and operations, mixing and processing tracks, basic automation techniques, and creating a final bounce.