Recording and editing audio is complex. There are so many details you need to know to do it right! This course, Working With Audio, is led by Matt Hepworth –one of Steinberg North America's Product Specialists. Matt begins with an exploration of the digital recording process. He covers setting levels, and monitoring. He explains the different techniques needed to record both mic and line audio. Next Matt explains the different recording techniques like cycle, comping and punch and how these are implemented in Cubase 6.
What about editing? Well, it’s all here. Matt explains Cubase’s non destructive editing. He shows you how to use the fade handles and how and when to use crossfades. There’s a section on using Vari-Audio for pitch correction and another about editing with folders and even how to turn audio into MIDI!
But that’s just the beginning. This tutorial is filled with all kinds of cools videos that explore some of Cubase 6’s deepest audio secrets. So if you’re looking to learn about audio in Cubase 6 then hit the play button and let Matt Hepworth teach you to be an audio expert in Cubase 6!
Become an affiliate and earn 50% of every sale you send our way - Sign Up!
Wibbers wrote on June 11, 2013
All of Matt's Cubase tutorials are well worth watching, and this is no exception. Highly recommended.
Jim MacDonald wrote on February 15, 2013
Never knew how powerful Cubase was with audio until I saw this course.
Brian Voiles wrote on June 3, 2012
Matt's tutorials are always thorough, detailed, and useful. I have yet to find a tutorial from him that I didn't find useful. Just keep 'em coming!... Thanks for saving me hours and hours of digging through confusing manuals!
Igor Pomykalo wrote on May 2, 2012
I want again express my gratitude to Matt and MacPro Video for especially this one tutorial! The only remarks: I would like to know a bit more about working with Sample Editor, the volume level of speaker changes from video to video and that of recorded music is to low...
But, another time, those are really minor and certainly not significant remarks in such a great, clear and highly professional educational work!