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Choosing and Using Audio and Music Software by Mike Collins

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4 Cubase SX

In this chapter, I will present an overview of Cubase SX followed by a tutorial on how to record MIDI using virtual instruments, ‘fix’ these as audio tracks, then add a vocal and a guitar, edit these, and create a basic mixdown.

The idea is that you will get a ‘feel’ for how Cubase SX works so that you can make comparisons with its competitors. Also, this should help you to get started with Cubase SX if you have not used it before.

To learn more you will need to work with Cubase SX as often as possible, pick up hints and tips from other users, read the manuals as often as you can, check out the tutorials that often appear in the various magazines, and read one or more of the in-depth books about Cubase.

Note: The overview features ...

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