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Cubase® 6 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Robert Guerin, Michael Miller

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Chapter 8. Recording Audio

Without content, there is no project—and recording audio is the most common way to create content for your recording project, which means connecting a microphone or electric instrument to your computer (or audio input device) and getting ready to record.

It used to be the musician’s job to get the notes right, and it was up to the recordist or sound engineer to get the performance recorded properly. In today’s computer-based production environment, chances are you’ll be doing both jobs, playing your instrument with one hand and triggering the recording device with the other. Cubase is there to make your job look easy and to make you feel confident about getting the most out of a recording session.

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