Cubase Native Effects Volume 1
What you'll learn
- How to operate many of the native effects available in Cubase.
- The course can be completed in one sitting or over a period of time.
- No project risks.
- Cubase contains multiple native effects that get increase with each new version.
- An understanding of Cubase.
This 'Cubase Native Effects Volume 1' course on using some of the native plugins is designed as a resource that can be dipped into by all users, though is likely to be of most use to new users.
Though a single project is focussed on throughout the course, it is not designed as a ‘Create A Song’ project.
Instead, this course has been created as a resource for new users to quickly get up to speed with how some Cubase native effects (that I use the most) work, and how they adapt the sound of the audio fed into them.
Consequently, the order of the movies in this course is alphabetical. This is simply for your ease.
The course does not necessarily move through a project in a linear fashion building upon what was seen in the movies that preceded the one you might be viewing at that point. They are simply listed in alphabetical order for index like convenience for you.
So, with all that in mind, if you’re looking for a visual manual type of resource, I’m sure you’ll find this course useful to you.
Steinberg's Cubase is available in a number of different versions. This course has been designed so that common effects between the versions are investigated and used.
Who this course is for:
- New users to Cubase - and more experienced users that haven't explored the native effects in any detail.
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