Learn how to make Greek music with Cubase
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Learn how to make Greek music with Cubase

Learn how to create the Greek instrumental "Zeibekiko tis Evdokias" from scratch
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Created by Yossi Aharon
Last updated 9/2017
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Introduction to Cubase software
  • Producing Greek music with cubase
  • How to create the instrumental Zeibekiko tis Evdokias from scratch
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Requirements
  • Computer that meet the requirements of Cubase software
  • Cubase software (recommended version 8 and above)
  • Audio interface that is compatible to work with Cubase and your computer
  • Pair of monitors or Studio Headphones
  • Knowledge of music theory (for playing the virtual instruments)
  • VST instruments for Drums, Bass, Guitar and Piano
Description

In this course you will learn how to use Cubase to produce Greek music. I will teach you how to produce the Greek instrumental "To Zeibekiko tis Evdokias" from scratch step by step using VST instruments starting from creating the drums track to guitar backing, bass and piano. We will also will learn how to add and record an audio track. In the final stage you will learn how to export and mix down the tracks into a Wav file. We will also explore Greek insturmentals and songs projects that was created with Cubase and the drums patters of the Greek rhythms.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who want to learn to use Cubase software
  • Musicians and players who play Greek music
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Curriculum For This Course
19 Lectures
01:09:00
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Introduction, getting started and basic setup
4 Lectures 08:25


Creating a new instrument MIDI track and using a VST drums kit
02:37

Set a name and pic for a track and saving the project
01:47
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Creating the Zeibekiko drum loop
3 Lectures 13:52
Creating the Zeibekiko drum loop
11:10

Using Repeat function to duplicate the drums loop
01:11

Adding Reverb effect to the drums track
01:31
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Creating the piano, guitar and bass tracks
4 Lectures 15:02
Creating the piano instrument track
01:32

Recording the piano instrument track
02:47

Adding,recording and editing the guitar instrument track
05:52

Adding and recording the bass track
04:51
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Recording an audio track, mixing and exporting
3 Lectures 16:01
Mixing, adjusting the audio levels and prevent clipping
03:42

Adding and recording an audio track from microphone source
03:04


Question about the subjects that you learned in this course

Project Quiz
2 questions
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Exploring other projects and drums patterns for the Greek rhythms
5 Lectures 15:40
Bouzouki Tsifteteli Solo Project - Tsifteteli Drum Pattern
03:04

Zeibekiko tis Evdokias - Just audio tracks and backing track from keyboard
02:31

Song project - Mi mou lete pia - Rumba Drum Pattern
03:12

Solo Lemonopoulos Kamilieriko Zeibekiko Drum Pattern
02:37

Vraxo Vraxo Ton Kaimo Mou - Hasaposerviko Drum Pattern
04:16

Questions about what you learned in this lecutre

Lecture Quiz
1 question
About the Instructor
Yossi Aharon
3.7 Average rating
15 Reviews
85 Students
3 Courses
Musician and bouzouki player

Yossi Aharon is a musician and virtuoso Greek bouzouki player from Israel. He began his musical education at age 6 and learned to play mandolin, violin and piano. He showed talent and loved to play classical melodies of popular composers. During a visit to Greece, he started to learn to play bouzouki. He was influenced by Greek culture and developed a deep affinity for Greek music and Rebetiko. In Israel, He began teaching the instrument. In 2009 he published the book “Kessem Ha'bouzouki" (“The Magic of Bouzouki"), a comprehensive Greek bouzouki method book in Hebrew include Greek musical scales. More than 1000 copies of the book were sold in Israel. His great passion for Greek music and constant visits to Greece caused him to abandon his profession to spend his time in music. In August 2012, he released the album “Melodies From The Heart", a Greek bouzouki instrumentals album.