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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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A Multitude of Ways to Record Using Cubase

Just opening Cubase for the first time can be a little intimidating. It’s a massive program. It puts most everyday-type programs to shame with its complexity. The funny thing is that most people who jump into this software come from a background in music, not computers. Half the time, beginning Cubase users barely understand their computer’s operating system, let alone this massive program. The truth of the matter is that when you open a project in Cubase, you can do one of only three things: record, edit, or mix. And when you are starting with a clean slate, your only option is to record.

The idea behind recording sounds fairly simple, but it can get complicated. The first question you need to ask yourself ...

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