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Cubase SX for beginners - Part 2 - [video]

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Author: admin
Date: 27-Aug-05

[dancetech database recompiled in 1999 - some articles listed April '99 are older]


Dancetech Cubase SX For Beginners - Part 2

The main Key Edit window explored - working with midi notes - The grid display - working with Snap & Quantise & Length Quantise - working with edit tools - working with tools & controllers, etc etc.


Chapter-2: Key-Editor window - Part-1/7

Chapter-2: Key-Editor window - Part-2/7

Chapter-2: Key-Editor window - Part-3/7

Chapter-2: Key-Editor window - Part-4/7

Chapter-2: Key-Editor window - Part-5/7

Chapter-2: Key-Editor window - Part-6/7

Chapter-2: Key-Editor window - Part-7/7





Dancetech Cubase SX For Beginners - Series Parts

Part-1 - Intro to the arrange-page area - adjusting grid display - working with Snap & Quantise on the arrange-page grid.

Part-2 - Intro to the Key Edit area (piano edit) - working with Snap & Quantise & tools - Notes & controllers.

Part-3 - Intro to the Drum Map area (drum edit) - working with Snap & Quantise & tools - multiple sound sources, layering, routing, key remapping etc

Part-4 - The Arpache arpeggiator - Discover arpeggio work with the included SX arpggiator. Full explanation of useage, techniques, tips & tricks.


















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Name:  m00gy
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Date:  29-Aug-05

Hi guys,

I really waited for this second part and am happy that
it's here now. Already downloading... Thanks a lot!

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Name:  charlie grey
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Date:  19-Sep-05

Can you do a section all about MIDI clocks and SMPTE timecodes and how it all works, and also how to set it up?

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Date:  04-Oct-05

YOur tutorials are wicked! cant wait for the drum map one. keep up the good work.

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Date:  11-Oct-05

EXELLENT video, really helpful for a'greenhorn' such as I.
Hope other video's will follow

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Date:  14-Oct-05

Really good vids. The presenter is very cool and laid back but still enthusiastic and not patronising.
Looking forward to part 3 [pleease!]

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Name:  Akerbeltz
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Date:  26-Nov-05

These vids have really aided me in teaching my students the fundementals of Cubase. We dont have the time to go through the basics with students only more complex functions. Cheers Akerbeltz (JHB - South Africa)

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very good lessons

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Date:  15-Oct-07

I would like to thank you Thank You THANK YOU for this tutorial. I was using Steinberg's Sequel for the last couple of months and bought Cubase Studio 4 on Friday. I was like a fish out of water until I came across your videos. I just found this site about a hour ago and have already increased the usability of Cubase 4 and am VERY excited now! Can't wait to finish all the videos!

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Name:  Wombatlord
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Date:  17-Apr-08

Superb tutorial, cannot thank you enough.

As a completely new user to not just cubase, but music software in general this is exactly what I need to get started.

Once again, thanks a million.

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