Jeff has served the Canadian music community for the past 20 years as a Recording Engineer, Music producer, Composer, and Performer.
Jeff Pilley
He has also spent the last ten years as a Studio Set-up Technician and Tech Support Specialist for audio recording systems. Countless house calls and years of experience with Cubase (user since 1992) enable Jeff to share his wealth of knowledge and experience with you in this all-new tutorial series.
Courses by Jeff Pilley
  • Mac OSX Lion 501
    Mac OSX Lion - Taming the Lion
    Are you new to the Mac OS X? Or are you a long-time Mac user considering updating to Lion? Well after this course you will definitely want to get onboard with the world's most advanced operating system. This is not just another update. Apple has yet again re-invented the way we look at computers with it's beautifully elegant interface.
  • Cubase 6 502
    Working with Cubase 6 - Level 2
    In Level 2 of this 4 part series we're going to dive right into the advanced features, including the all-new Midi Command Console and the ground-breaking technology of VST Expression.
  • Cubase 6 504
    Working with Cubase 6 - Level 4
    In the final level of this 4 part series we're getting more advanced than ever with chapters on topics like VariAudio, Audio Warp, Signature tracks, and Video.
  • Cubase 6 501
    Working with Cubase 6 - Level 1
    In level 1 of this 4 part series we're going to cover some of the amazing new features in Cubase 6.
  • Cubase 6 503
    Working with Cubase 6 - Level 3
    In Level 3 of this 4 part series we're moving faster with advanced audio functions such as offline processing, surround sound, transposing audio, pitch correction and time warp.
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