Matthew Staples wrote on June 3, 2014
Even if you don't use Cubase there are some great tips in here for the recording stages of your projects covering Mic Placement, Project Management and Tracking Techniques. Thanks MacProVideo and AskVideo for another stellar set of tutorials!
Lektrix wrote on October 12, 2013
Great, really enjoyed the course and your style! I have done all the Cubase 6 tutorials and now this set for Cubase 7.0.3 and can really recommend them.
MZMuZic wrote on August 19, 2013
Great course! Matthew is really a great educater. I got so many tips on gear, workflow structure and recording philosophy in this course! I will certainly recommend it to everyone!
Lewis Levin wrote on June 12, 2013
I have to say that of all of the training out there, yours was the best by far. I can't say enough. Your training covers all the crucial points of recording and demystifies Cubase. Keep the courses coming!
milamu wrote on June 10, 2013
Great concept and realization!
Wibbers wrote on May 30, 2013
I enjoyed this tutorial a great deal. The concept of building up a song from the scratch tracks to completion made a change from the more usual "and this is what this does" type of instruction, and as a bonus Matt gives useful advice on things such as which microphone to use for specific situations, and the classic "how to mic a guitar cab". Recommended.
Charles Edward wrote on May 17, 2013
Great tutorial. Learned a lot, not just about cubase, but about recording audio in general. This is why people intern at recording studios, and I didn't have to fetch anybody coffee. :-)
rick wrote on May 12, 2013
Amazing, in depth and stellar with anything coming from a Matthew Loel T. Hepworth production.
Over the shoulder mixing/setting up and with the band recording, what more do you need? Kudos ; r )
Greg wrote on May 6, 2013
Nice to see a video like this that gets into using Cubase in a real world scenario and not an enumeration of features. Best of the 3 IMHO.
mike wrote on May 1, 2013
Another Fabulous course from Matthew. Great job, Really.
More, please :)