64 bit Cubase 6.5 is here with its new synths: Retrologue and Padshop. There’s also a new Comping tool and some very cool new effects plugins. So join Cubase “Commander” Matthew Loel T. Hepworth, your captain on flight Cubase 6.5, to learn what’s new...
Steinberg has done it again with this new and improved version of their awesome music creation DAW, and our in-house expert, Matthew Hepworth guides you through an exploration of all the new features that have been added to Cubase 6.5. Whether you're an experienced user or are about to take your first flight aboard Steinberg's amazingly versatile DAW, this tutorial will get you up to speed fast so you can make the most out of all the cool new stuff!
While still on the runway, Matt explains how to run Cubase 6.5 in 64-bit mode! As you take off and start your journey, you'll learn all about the new Comping tool and how easy it is to combine the best parts of your musical performances. Quantization is up next and you'll soon become airborne as you watch Matt line up the timings of both audio and MIDI tracks side by side! No need to go to a different instrument panel, it's all there at your fingertips.
You're now cruising above those beautiful sonic clouds and are ready to look at the 2 cool new virtual synths: Retrologue and Padshop and see how easy it is to tweak sounds using filters and amplifiers to design your own cool soundscapes. Then “Commander” Matt demystifies the new DJ-EQ and MorphFilter VST plug-ins.
As we start our descent, you'll learn how and why you might want to use the FLAC audio format. And, just as we touch down, Matt shows you how easy it is to publish your Cubase project to SoundCloud. So, sit back, relax, and take flight with "Captain" Hepworth as your instructor and guide, and learn all there is to know about Cubase 6.5!
Table of Contents:
1. Description of the New Features
2. Running Cubase 6.5 in 64-bit Mode
3. The Concept of Comping
4. Soloing Comping Lanes
5. The New Comping Tool
6. Sliding Data Within Audio Events
7. Cleaning Up Comping Lanes
8. The New Warp Features
9. Introduction to Retrologue
10. Auditioning the Retrologue Presets
11. Editing the Oscillators
12. Modifying Retrologue Filters and Amp
13. LFO and Effects
14. Introduction to Padshop
15. Auditioning the Padshop Presets
16. Editing Layers A and B
17. Modifying Padshop Filters and Amp
18. Adding Delay and Chorus FX
19. Using the DJ-EQ
20. Using the MorphFilter
21. Introduction to VST Amp Rack
22. New Version 1.5 Features
23. Cubase and the VST Amp Rack
24. Auditioning Presets
25. Custom Amp Preset from Scratch
26. Introduction to FLAC
27. Recording in FLAC with Cubase 6.5
28. Publishing a Project to SoundCloud
29. Using 64-Bit ReWire
30. Chinese, Simplified