Hi, I came across Cubase 9.5 Ultimate beginners videos - but only saw 4 I think. Anyway, on the link to these videos it has taken me to a Cubase 10 course. I only have Cubase 9, but did find the videos I watched very interesting. Can you please tell me if there's a course on 9 or has it been superceded by Cubase 10 being released. Also, can you re-watch the videos more than once. Thanks.
Hi Pamela, When you buy the Cubase 10 course you get the 9.5 course as well absolutely FREE :) Also you will get an immediate download link after purchase so the videos are yours to keep forever.
I'm not having trouble recording, that was easy but I have tried to burn cd's and down load to USB my song's but so far unsuccessful, what do I do ?
OK so in Cubase, highlight the entire project in the top timeline (like 1 big loop section) and then go to File > Export > Audio Mixdown and choose your options (WAV 16bit 44.1). Then you will have a final stereo file ready for CD or USB.
cubase 10 / hi I buy this course now, but can I get subtitle? / and I can't see the chord name on my cubase, I mean ex) lesson 5, 04:51 there is a name of chord like A#2, C#3 but in my cubase there isn't . , can I fix it? thank you.
Hello. Unfortunately we do not have subtitles on our videos. And to see chord symbals just zoom in more vertically into the MIDI and they will appear. Hope this helps.
What version of Cubase 10 are these tutorials made using? Artist?
Hi. They were made with Pro but are mostly Artist and Elements friendly. We do use Vari-Audio for pitch correcting and Retrologue for sound design. If you don't have Retrologue then just use a similar sound from Halion. :)
I'm new to Cubase and got the cubase 9.5 as a package deal when I purchased my Yamaha MG10XU mixer. I'm having a hard time with monitoring while recording and was hoping maybe someone could help me out. lets say I start out on track one. everything is going well until I try to record track two, the audio from track one 'bleeds' into track two. I have tried just about everything but just cant seem to figure it out. pleeeeese help!
OK, when recording only have the record enable button clicked (red dot) and monitor button (orange loudspeaker symbol) on the desired track only. Then do the same on track 2 but make sure track 1 are both deselected. Does this help? If not please send a video of the problem to info (at) borntoproduce (dot) com
Hi. I just purchased the Cubase 9.5 Ultimate Beginners Tutorial. Based on your free lessons and all the great feedback, I'm sure I'll learn a lot and enjoy the course very much. However, please clarify something for me... Throughout the presentation on your sales page for this course, you reference a total of 24 lessons. I only see 20 lessons (numbers 1-20) in my download, plus the reference/source material. Am I missing files? Has the course been changed? Please explain, thank you.
Hi John, Some of the lessons are split into Part 1 and Part 2 etc but there should be a total of 24 video lessons. Hope this helps and enjoy the course :)
Hi! I have Cubase 7.5. In your tutorial (Cubase Beginners Course 15-Comping the vocal) you use Reder selection to create one Audio track (after you have chosen the best parts of the lanes). How can I do this in Cubase 7.5? Thank you!! By the way, your tutorials are great!!
Thank you! OK so you can solo the desired tracks and then highlight the desired area at the top in the timeline. Then go to File > Export and choose Wav or mp3 etc. Tick box at bottom to bring the new audio back into the audio pool or a new track. We hope this is how 7.5 works...it's been a while since we used it.
I've used Cubase (most recently Cubase 6) in the past, but never really learned much in-depth stuff to really excel. I write & record my songs ... and now that I have Cubase 9.5. I would like to really learn it thoroughly. I don't mind starting at the beginning, because there are always even little things to learn that I didn't know before. Do you have any "in-depth" tutorials that I could purchase? I'm thinking that I should probably go ahead and start with you "Ultimate Beginners" tutorial, because Cubase 9.5 has me totally confused. Even though I record all my tracks, I'm sure there are good things to learn from how to make electronic music. I am also interested in some type of tutorial for HALion 6, which I have ... and HALion Symphonic Orchestra
Hello Bobby! Yes we recommend you take the Ultimate Beginners Course first.This will take you through making an electronic track with live vocals from start to finish and is the best introduction to Cubase 9.5. Then after that, we have a course coming out in about 2 weeks time which teaches you all about setting Cubase up for recording live instruments and the recording and mixing process too. The track that we make in the course actually got released on Spotify and iTunes.
How is the course Cubase for beginners 9. delivered to me? Computer Instant Download, disks sent in US Mail? etc. How long for delivery to USA/Florida?
Hi, all our courses are delivered with instant download links or stream options. Sorry for the delay - app not working properly