Press Release: June 28, 2010
Fast Guide to Cubase 5--New from PC Publishing
The book covers all the important details of the software including:
- Installation and setting up
- Audio and MIDI recording and editing
- Mixing, mastering and EQ
- VST instruments and plug-in effects
- Loop manipulation and beat design
- Music production tips and tools
- Media management
The book is packed full of hints, tips and tutorials and includes a comprehensive website list and glossary. 100 speed tips and a powerful macro library take your music production and programming skills to the next level.
Combining extensive Cubase know-how and theoretical knowledge from the worlds of sound recording and music technology, this book helps take your projects from conception and multi-track recording right through to mixing and mastering.
The Fast Guide to Cubase 5 is the ideal companion for all users of the software, including musicians, producers, sound recordists and audio professionals.
For a review copy or more information please email email@example.com. Please include your delivery address and contact information.
Simon Millward is a music software specialist. He has a Master of Science degree in Music Technology from the University of York, UK. Originally trained as a musician and subsequently as a sound engineer, his interest in software sequencers and virtual studio instruments has established him as one of the UK's foremost Cubase experts.
For more information about the book, see: http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/9781906005146
Publisher: PC Publishing
ISBN: 9781906005146, 480 pages,
Book Price: $29.95 USD
About PC Publishing
PC Publishing has been publishing books on music technology for over 10 years. Our authors are well known as authorities in their field and we have produced many top books on MIDI, Cubase VST, Emagic Logic and music technology.
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