Cubase 7 Fundamentals

Build incredible tracks in one of today's most powerful DAWs | taught by Dean Palya Jr
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Dean Palya Jr
Dean Palya Jr
Producer/Engineer, Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist, Instructor

About the Instructor

A multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter on Guitar, Piano, Drums, Bass, Organ, Violin, Saxaphone and Vocals, Dean is one of the most versatile music creators working today. In addition to tracking and mixing demos and masters for a range of Nashville artists, he has produced 7 full length records of his own songs in genres as diverse as rock, pop, classical and hip hop. His ability to capture the essence of a song and portray it through the production give his recordings a sincere touch.

Dean works hard to understand what an artist is trying to achieve with a project and provides the music to perfectly support and capture the emotion, feel, and sound best suited for the project. Whether it’s an intimate piano ballad, a mellow alternative track, or a high-energy dance pop tune, Dean has the tools to bring it to life.

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To start building incredible tracks in Cubase, you've got to know the basics.

This video explains all the tools you'll need to start working in this powerful DAW:

  • key settings and preferences to make it work best on your system
  • different track types and how to use them
  • editing tools to make your life easier
  • the powerful MixConsole and how to build fantastic mixes using Cubase plug-ins
  • using advanced MIDI editing functions
  • and so much more...

Cubase is one of the most powerful DAWs on the market - it can get the job done for whatever project you're working on. Get the fundamental knowledge you need to start using this DAW to its full capacity!

Course Contents

12 Videos
1 Text
2.0 hrs

Course Curriculum

Setting Your System Up for Success
12:37
Understanding the Edit Window in Cubase
28:09
Working with the Powerful MixConsole in Cubase
15:52
Programming Using the Key Editor in Cubase
14:58