CUBASE ELECTRO HOUSE TUTORIAL
CUBASE ELECTRO HOUSE TUTORIAL
Cubase 'Start To Finish' Electro House Tutorial
Learn to make more advanced genre specific music in Cubase, by following along step by step, and making a complete track from start to finish. On the way, you'll learn everything about Cubase and music production you need to make your own Electro House music.
Watch the course overview for a more in-depth look at what you'll get out of the course, and listen to the track you will make
30 Lessons - 5 Hours
What are you going to get out of it?
What are you going to get out of it?
There is no way around it. If you want to get good at making music, you need to gain experience. When you follow our more advanced 'start to finish' Cubase tutorials, that is exactly what you are getting, not just the theory. On this course you get real, practical experience in your chosen genre, that will actually help you make your own music.
A Higher Level Of Music Production Skills
These Cubase 'start to finish' tutorials are full of more advanced music production techniques, that will help you discover new producer skills, and directions you can take your projects in. This unique style of teaching means you learn music production in a linear fashion, just like it works in real life. As you are learning every step of the song creation process, it naturally gives you the ability to finish more tracks.
In this course you'll gain many inspiring ways to help you make your own music, including the steps required to get you there. Everything from coming up with melodies, to chopping up loops to creating your own original beats. The possibilities are endless and you'll go away with a load of easy to repeat ideas that you can use in your own tracks.
If you have already completed our Cubase beginner tutorial you will know, there is nothing quite like the satisfaction felt when you complete a song. Going from the basics of creating a beat, creating a melody, arranging your track into a full song, and mixing all of it together is something YOU WILL achieve on this course. Still, the biggest reward, comes later when you go to work on your own projects and find the skills you picked up on this course are there, waiting to be used.
Check out the first 4 lessons of the course and see how easy it really is...
We hope the first 4 lessons were helpful. If you want to continue to learn music production in Cubase and finish the track you have started, please click the button and gain access to the remaining 26 lessons (over 4 hours) of Cubase and music production gold dust.
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* If you are using Cubase Elements there are certain features not available to you. Don't worry, if we use those features during the tutorial, we will give you alternatives, or give you the finalized audio so you can still complete the course.
Module 1 - Intro & Programming A Drum Beat
After a brief intro you'll get right into making a beat for your electro track. This is super important as it will provide the foundation for your track to be built upon. You'll be selecting a kick, snare and hats and programming a basic beat whilst getting familiar with the basic functions of Cubase.
This first couple of intro videos serves as a way to get you familiar with the project window, the sampler track, finding and importing samples in the Media tab, MIDI and a whole load more things before we step it up a gear and start getting more advanced
Module 2 - How To Create A Wonky Electro Vibe
Making an Electro track like this with so many moving parts can seem like a daunting task. Here you will learn how to break it down and start simply each time with the very same method that Jon uses to make his own tracks. Each time you start simply and repeat with changes, gradually adding complexity as you go. This is a fully repeatable process that you can learn and apply to your own tracks every time. In this module you will also learn to use a variety of methods like samples, Retrologue and even Halions Flux wavetable synthesizers to make a Skrillex type wonky bass sound.
Module 3 - Vocals & FX Processing
Although basic; the vocal in this track could be made by you easily. Jon will teach you how to record a basic vocal in Cubase and then use many different processing techniques like, comping, pitch shifting, time stretching, formant shifting and editing to make it sound good.
There are also many, many different FX used in this course; 3 different types of delay, reverb, phasing, chorus, saturation, distortion, compression, multiband compression and many more. You will learn each of these to be able to use them to best effect in your own tracks.
Module 4 - Arrangement & Tension and
At the end of the day, this is a track made for the dance floor. As well as being fun and interesting to listen to you need to have energy that makes people want to get up and dance. Whilst the production, of course has something to do with it, it is also massively down to having an arrangement that does not get boring and about managing to create the tension in the breakdowns and build ups and then the big release in the drop to get the dance floor moving. In this module you will learn how to structure your track and have the right changes that keep it interesting and also you will understand how to create tension and release in your tracks.
Module 5 - SFX & Advanced Editing
There is a second stage to creating a wonky electro vibe that is as important as the first step (Module 2). It requires some advanced editing techniques and some trial and error on your part, but the results can not only sound really cool but also provide your tracks with a really unique and great vibe. After completing this module you will have the understanding of exactly how to do this in your own tracks. We will also concentrate on the different types of SFX sounds and use them to embellish the tension and release and the general movement of the track, helping it stay fluid and interesting. You'll also make a white noise riser from scratch in Retrologue.
Module 6 - Mixing Your Electro House Track
Mixing/Mastering is the last vital step where we take all the elements we have created and balance them against each other, making sure they have their own space so your mix stays clean and does not get messy. There are many techniques that are employed to nudge the mix in the right direction and you will be learning how to do this with Cubase stock plugins like saturation, distortion, EQ, compression, reverb, delay and many more things.
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Jon Merritt (producer, tutor & co-founder of Born To Produce) has been making tunes for over 20 years and has been teaching for the last 10 of them. In his career, he has come to grips with many genres of modern music from Hard House to Downtempo.
His skill in music production has been crafted over many years of self taught experimentation and learning from other producers at the top of their game. He has tried almost every angle on most production techniques, so when he teaches you something you know it has been tried and tested, and refined. He is always willing to learn new skills / software that further the goal of music production.
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