Mastering Cubase 9.5: The Beginners Bible Edition – Part II.
Answers to the top most searched Cubase questions for beginners and people moving into Cubase from another DAW.
What Will I Learn?
- By the end of this course, you’ll have a deep knowledge about Cubase 9.5
- By the end of this course, you’ll have a practical and proven guide to improve your working process by applying mixing techniques in the correct order.
- By the end of this course, you’ll be fully prepared to get your hands on the real problems your tracks present instead of getting caught up on the unimportant and time-consuming parts of the process.
- By the end of this course, you’ll have a better understanding of the system on wich world-class engineers rely on to make their mixes sound AWESOME.
- By the end of this course, you’ll be prepared to avoid common mistakes that ruin your creativity and inspiration.
- By the end of this course, you’ll be able to write more music in less time by speeding up your process.
- By the end of this course, you’ll have more fun and less frustration over your sessions by consistently achieving clarity, depth, and power on each and every mix.
- You can still enroll in this course even if you don’t yet own a copy of Cubase.
- You will need an internet connection to watch these videos.
The Mastering Cubase 9.5 Series is dedicated to one of the most popular and powerful DAWs available today.
Join me to learn EVERYTHING you need to get your projects up and running fast with these in-depth Cubase 9.5 video tutorials.
Introducing now the 5th Edition of the Mastering Cubase 9.5 Series. Wow! A big THANK YOU to all of our previous students! And a bigger WELCOME to those to come 🙂
The first Edition was dedicated to the installation, configuration and overall study of the menus, bars, tools, and commands within Cubase.
Then, we used all of our newly acquired knowledge to craft some awesome Deep House tracks during the second Edition of the Series.
After that, it was time to actually dive in a bit further into the theory and practice behind the mixing and production plugins Cubase has to offer.
On our last release, we wanted to learn about production! We wanted to look at synthesizers and learn more about MIDI to make our tracks sound real, professional and finished!
You’ll now learn all about the small functions that make up your everyday routine.
You’ll find answers to which version of Cubase should you get, what’s the difference between 32 bit and 64 bit, where are presets stored and more.
Later on, you’ll learn about what is a bus, a macro, and a template, you’ll learn how to backup projects, how to export as wave and mp3 and how to handle direct offline processing.
Finally, we’ll take a look at the on-screen keyboard, hitpoints, normalization and fades.
Want to get going with Cubase 9? Watch Mastering Cubase 9.5: The Beginners Bible Edition – Part II today!
Happy Learning 🙂
Who is the target audience?
- Musicians who record their own music.
- VoiceOver actors who need to work faster.
- The Cubase user who wants to take the best out of their software.
- Home Studio owners in search for a system or method of work.
- Professional Engineers looking for a way to make sure their work is finished.
- Beginners who want a clear work path to start their sessions.
- Advanced Cubase users who are not yet decided to buy Cubase 9.
- NOT for people who are not serious about their work.
- NOT for lazy people in search for shortcuts to improve instead of putting in the work.
- NOT for people who don’t care about productivity, order, and progress.
Category: Music, Music Software
Instructor: Federico Soler Fernández
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