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The power in Cubase : tracking audio, MIDI, and virtual instruments, Matt Loel T. Hepworth

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The power in Cubase : tracking audio, MIDI, and virtual instruments
Title
The power in Cubase
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tracking audio, MIDI, and virtual instruments
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Matt Loel T. Hepworth
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The power in Cubase : tracking audio, MIDI, and virtual instruments, Matt Loel T. Hepworth
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Accompanying material
1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
  • RAM Memory
  • Track MIDI Input
  • Track MIDI Output
  • Track MIDI Channel
  • MIDI Settings Are Made Track by Track
  • Cubasic #3
  • Configuring Your VST Connections
  • Assigning Audio Inputs to Cubase
  • Renaming an Input Bus
  • Storing an Input Preset
  • Why a Stereo Bus Instead of Two Mono Buses?
  • Hard Disk Space
  • Assigning Audio Outputs to Cubase
  • Special Considerations for the Cubase Outputs Settings
  • Creating a Simple Control Room (Cubase Only)
  • Enabling the Control Room
  • Assigning the Audio Device and Device Ports to the Control Room
  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Control Room
  • Assigning Audio Inputs and Outputs to Audio Tracks
  • Assigning Audio Inputs to Stereo and Mono Tracks
  • Assigning Tracks to Audio Outputs
  • When to Record in Mono, Stereo, or Multichannel
  • Display Resolution
  • Count Your Sources
  • Common Mono Sources
  • Are Vocals Stereo?
  • Common Stereo Sources
  • Common Multichannel Sources
  • Cubasic #4
  • Configuring and Recording with the Click or Metronome
  • Reluctance to Use the Metronome
  • Configuring the Metronome
  • Metronome and Precount On/Off
  • Audio Interface
  • Routing the Click Output
  • Stereo Out Method
  • Control Room Method (Cubase Only)
  • Recording Some Test Tracks
  • Recording a MIDI Test Track
  • Creating a VST Instrument
  • Setting MIDI Track Input, Output, and Channel
  • Using the Transport Controls for Recording and Playback
  • Recording an Audio Test Track
  • Connecting the Instrument or Microphone
  • DVD Dual-Layer Optical Drive
  • Setting an Input Level
  • Setting Audio Track Record Enable, Input, and Monitor
  • Recording the Audio Track
  • Anticipating the Possibilities
  • DVD Option #1
  • ch. 5
  • The Project Window and Transport Panel
  • The Project Window
  • Inspector
  • MIDI Track Inspector Sections
  • USB Port
  • Audio Track Inspector Sections
  • Instrument Track Inspector Sections
  • Track Column
  • Changing the Track Name
  • Altering Track Height
  • Track Controls for Individual Tracks
  • Track Controls for All Tracks
  • Event Display Column
  • The Ruler
  • Waveform Zoom
  • Internet Connection
  • Event Zoom Controls
  • The Cursor
  • Cubasic #5
  • Snap
  • Cubasic #6
  • Auto-Scroll
  • Cubasic #7
  • The Left and Right Locators
  • Positioning the Locators
  • Dragging
  • Mac
  • Clicking
  • Using the Keypad
  • Proper Locator Positioning
  • Toolbar, Status, Info, and Overview Lines
  • Toolbar
  • Status Line
  • Project Setup
  • Info Line
  • Overview Line
  • The Transport Panel
  • PC
  • Primary and Secondary Time Displays
  • Main Transport Controls
  • Go to Previous Marker/Zero
  • Go to Next Marker/Project End
  • Rewind
  • Forward
  • Cycle
  • Stop
  • Play (Start)
  • Record
  • Deciding to Run Cubase in 32-Bit or 64-Bit Mode
  • Cubasic #8
  • Transport and the Keypad
  • The Spacebar
  • The Left and Right Locators on the Keypad
  • Yes, We Have No Keypads
  • Adding a Keyboard or Keypad
  • The Steinberg CC121
  • The Cubase iC App for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad
  • Saitara Software for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad
  • Project Tempo and Time Signature
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • 32-Bit or 64-Bit Mode for Mac Users
  • Tempo Fixed
  • Tempo Track
  • Time Signature
  • VST Performance Meters
  • ASIO Meter
  • DISK Meter
  • VST Performance Window
  • Moving On to MIDI
  • ch. 6
  • A Primer on MIDI and Virtual Instruments
  • 32-Bit-Only Features
  • The Basics of MIDI
  • MIDI Is Not Sound
  • MIDI Is Actions
  • The Most Commonly Used MIDI Data
  • Notes
  • Duration
  • Velocity
  • Aftertouch
  • Pitch Bend
  • Continuous Controllers
  • Plug-in Compatibility
  • Patch Select
  • Beyond the Basics of MIDI
  • When MIDI Becomes Sound
  • The Invention of Multitimbral Synthesizers
  • The Invention of Virtual Instruments
  • Cubase and VST Instruments
  • ch. 7
  • Recording MIDI and Instrument Tracks
  • The Relationship of MIDI and Instrument Tracks
  • The Advantages of Instrument Tracks
  • 32-Bit or 64-Bit Mode for Windows PC Users
  • The Advantages of MIDI Tracks
  • Recording Your First Instrument Track
  • Adding an Instrument Track
  • Auditioning and Choosing Sounds
  • Verifying Track Settings Prior to Recording
  • Filtering MIDI Aftertouch Data
  • The Logic Behind Starting with Drums
  • Drum Tracks Can Be Challenging
  • Let's Record... or Not
  • Basic Event Editing
  • 32-Bit-Only Features
  • Resizing the Event
  • Cubasic #9
  • The Event Handles
  • Cubasic #10
  • Creating Repeats
  • Quantizing MIDI Data
  • For Now, Let's Quantize
  • Selecting One Event
  • Selecting Multiple Events
  • Setting a Quantize Value
  • Plug-in Compatibility
  • Performing the Quantize
  • Performing an Iterative Quantize
  • Undoing Any Quantize at Any Time
  • The Mouseless Recording Workflow
  • The Concept of Multitrack Recording
  • A Brief History of Audio Recording
  • The Invention of the Multitrack Recorder
  • Cubase Has Spoiled Us Rotten
  • Recording Your Second Instrument Track
  • Using the Legato Function
  • Installing Cubase on Your Computer
  • Using MIDI Tracks with the VST Instrument Rack
  • Loading Instruments into the VST Instrument Rack
  • The HALion Sonic SE Control Panel
  • Loading Sounds (Programs) into HALion Sonic SE
  • Adding More MIDI Tracks
  • Using MIDI Tracks with Hardware Synths and Devices
  • Rule #1
  • Assign the MIDI Tracks to the Proper MIDI Output and Channel
  • Rule #2
  • The Device Audio Outputs Must Be Connected to Be Heard/Recorded
  • Enabling 64-Bit Mode on a Mac
  • Testing 1, 2, 3, 4
  • ch. 8
  • Recording Audio Tracks
  • Choosing a Monitoring Strategy
  • Direct Monitoring
  • Software Monitoring
  • My Monitoring Advice
  • Auto Monitoring
  • Manual
  • While Record Enabled
  • Using the USB-eLicenser
  • While Record Running
  • Tapemachine Style
  • Disable Record on Selected Tracks Preferences
  • Configuring Cubase for Direct Monitoring
  • Enable Direct Monitoring in Cubase
  • The Two Common Facilities for Direct Monitoring
  • Mix or Balance Knob
  • Software-Based Monitor Applications (Programs)
  • A Word About the Control Room
  • Configuring Cubase for Software Monitoring
  • Entering Your Activation Code
  • Disable Direct Monitoring
  • Setting the Lowest Possible Buffer Size
  • Keeping Your Latency Expectations Realistic
  • Setting Up Your Audio Track
  • Adding an Audio Track
  • Configuring the Audio Track
  • One Room + Microphone + Monitors = Headphones
  • The "Line of Sight" Method of Recording Signal Flow
  • Setting an Appropriate Input Level
  • Recording Your First Audio Track
  • ch. 1
  • Adding Cubase to the "Dock" (Mac)
  • Record on Measure 2, Not Measure 1
  • Your Last Chance to Change Tempo
  • Using Methods from Chapter 7
  • Don't Let Me Stop You
  • Appendix: A Guide to the DVD-ROM
  • Files on the Disc
  • Cubase Projects
  • "My First Cubase Project"
  • "The Right Track"
  • Project Window of "The Right Track Matt R01 drums only .cpr"
  • "Pinning" Cubase to the Taskbar and Start Menu (Windows)
  • Project Window of "The Right Track Matt R01.cpr"
  • "The Right Track Matt R02.cpr"
  • PDF
  • Creating a MySteinberg Account
  • Entering Your eLicenser Serial Number
  • Upgrading from Cubase Artist to Cubase
  • Almost Ready to Launch
  • ch. 2
  • Hardware and Studio Configuration
  • Choosing an Audio Interface
  • The S.F.P. Criteria
  • Setup, Installation, and Configuration
  • Sound
  • Features
  • Price
  • Additional Hardware Requirements
  • Microphones
  • Studio Monitors
  • Headphones
  • MIDI Controller and/or MIDI Interface
  • Keeping Up to Date
  • Windows, Macs, Mice, and Modifiers
  • Using This Book with Different Levels of Cubase
  • Using and Enabling Right-Click on a Mac
  • Key Commands and Modifier Keys
  • "F" or Function Keys
  • Function Keys on a Mac
  • Your Studio Setup
  • Arranging Your Studio Monitors
  • Woe to the Ears of a Musician
  • Keeping Your Equipment Handy and Close
  • Moving Out of the Basement
  • ch. 3
  • Does Cubase Run Better on a Mac or PC?
  • Launching Cubase for the First Time
  • Go for Launch
  • Configuring Your MIDI Interface
  • The MIDI Port Setup Settings
  • Renaming the MIDI Ports
  • The In "All MIDI Inputs" Checkbox
  • Device Field (Windows Only)
  • System Timestamp Settings (Windows Only)
  • Configuring Your Audio Interface
  • Changing Advanced Options
  • Recommended Minimum System Requirements
  • Interface-Specific Settings
  • Renaming the Audio Ports
  • Control Panel Settings (Including Latency)
  • Resetting Your Audio System
  • The Negative Impact of Wi-Fi and Ethernet Controllers
  • Disabling Network Controllers on Vista and Windows 7
  • Disabling Network Controllers on Windows XP and Media Center Edition
  • Disabling Network Controllers on Mac OS X
  • Getting Rid of Hum and Buzz
  • Using a Ground Lifter
  • Operating System
  • Determining if Your Home or Studio Is Properly Wired
  • Use High-Quality Cables
  • The Project Assistant Window
  • Definition of a Cubase Project
  • Cubase Templates
  • Cubasic #1
  • Using Proper Media Management
  • The Two Media-Management Options
  • The Set Project Folder Window
  • Saving the Project File into the Project Folder
  • CPU
  • Understanding the Benefits of Proper Media Management
  • Using Matt's Project-Revision-Naming Method
  • Enabling Auto Save
  • I/O, I/O, It's Off to Work You'll Go
  • ch. 4
  • The Ins and Outs of Cubase...Literally
  • Cubasic #2
  • Assigning MIDI Inputs and Outputs to Tracks
  • Creating a MIDI Track
  • Assigning MIDI Input, Output, and Channel
Control code
ocn793726566
Dimensions
28 cm +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
xvii, 141 p.
Isbn
9781458413666
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012017846
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)793726566
Label
The power in Cubase : tracking audio, MIDI, and virtual instruments, Matt Loel T. Hepworth
Publication
Accompanying material
1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
  • RAM Memory
  • Track MIDI Input
  • Track MIDI Output
  • Track MIDI Channel
  • MIDI Settings Are Made Track by Track
  • Cubasic #3
  • Configuring Your VST Connections
  • Assigning Audio Inputs to Cubase
  • Renaming an Input Bus
  • Storing an Input Preset
  • Why a Stereo Bus Instead of Two Mono Buses?
  • Hard Disk Space
  • Assigning Audio Outputs to Cubase
  • Special Considerations for the Cubase Outputs Settings
  • Creating a Simple Control Room (Cubase Only)
  • Enabling the Control Room
  • Assigning the Audio Device and Device Ports to the Control Room
  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Control Room
  • Assigning Audio Inputs and Outputs to Audio Tracks
  • Assigning Audio Inputs to Stereo and Mono Tracks
  • Assigning Tracks to Audio Outputs
  • When to Record in Mono, Stereo, or Multichannel
  • Display Resolution
  • Count Your Sources
  • Common Mono Sources
  • Are Vocals Stereo?
  • Common Stereo Sources
  • Common Multichannel Sources
  • Cubasic #4
  • Configuring and Recording with the Click or Metronome
  • Reluctance to Use the Metronome
  • Configuring the Metronome
  • Metronome and Precount On/Off
  • Audio Interface
  • Routing the Click Output
  • Stereo Out Method
  • Control Room Method (Cubase Only)
  • Recording Some Test Tracks
  • Recording a MIDI Test Track
  • Creating a VST Instrument
  • Setting MIDI Track Input, Output, and Channel
  • Using the Transport Controls for Recording and Playback
  • Recording an Audio Test Track
  • Connecting the Instrument or Microphone
  • DVD Dual-Layer Optical Drive
  • Setting an Input Level
  • Setting Audio Track Record Enable, Input, and Monitor
  • Recording the Audio Track
  • Anticipating the Possibilities
  • DVD Option #1
  • ch. 5
  • The Project Window and Transport Panel
  • The Project Window
  • Inspector
  • MIDI Track Inspector Sections
  • USB Port
  • Audio Track Inspector Sections
  • Instrument Track Inspector Sections
  • Track Column
  • Changing the Track Name
  • Altering Track Height
  • Track Controls for Individual Tracks
  • Track Controls for All Tracks
  • Event Display Column
  • The Ruler
  • Waveform Zoom
  • Internet Connection
  • Event Zoom Controls
  • The Cursor
  • Cubasic #5
  • Snap
  • Cubasic #6
  • Auto-Scroll
  • Cubasic #7
  • The Left and Right Locators
  • Positioning the Locators
  • Dragging
  • Mac
  • Clicking
  • Using the Keypad
  • Proper Locator Positioning
  • Toolbar, Status, Info, and Overview Lines
  • Toolbar
  • Status Line
  • Project Setup
  • Info Line
  • Overview Line
  • The Transport Panel
  • PC
  • Primary and Secondary Time Displays
  • Main Transport Controls
  • Go to Previous Marker/Zero
  • Go to Next Marker/Project End
  • Rewind
  • Forward
  • Cycle
  • Stop
  • Play (Start)
  • Record
  • Deciding to Run Cubase in 32-Bit or 64-Bit Mode
  • Cubasic #8
  • Transport and the Keypad
  • The Spacebar
  • The Left and Right Locators on the Keypad
  • Yes, We Have No Keypads
  • Adding a Keyboard or Keypad
  • The Steinberg CC121
  • The Cubase iC App for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad
  • Saitara Software for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad
  • Project Tempo and Time Signature
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • 32-Bit or 64-Bit Mode for Mac Users
  • Tempo Fixed
  • Tempo Track
  • Time Signature
  • VST Performance Meters
  • ASIO Meter
  • DISK Meter
  • VST Performance Window
  • Moving On to MIDI
  • ch. 6
  • A Primer on MIDI and Virtual Instruments
  • 32-Bit-Only Features
  • The Basics of MIDI
  • MIDI Is Not Sound
  • MIDI Is Actions
  • The Most Commonly Used MIDI Data
  • Notes
  • Duration
  • Velocity
  • Aftertouch
  • Pitch Bend
  • Continuous Controllers
  • Plug-in Compatibility
  • Patch Select
  • Beyond the Basics of MIDI
  • When MIDI Becomes Sound
  • The Invention of Multitimbral Synthesizers
  • The Invention of Virtual Instruments
  • Cubase and VST Instruments
  • ch. 7
  • Recording MIDI and Instrument Tracks
  • The Relationship of MIDI and Instrument Tracks
  • The Advantages of Instrument Tracks
  • 32-Bit or 64-Bit Mode for Windows PC Users
  • The Advantages of MIDI Tracks
  • Recording Your First Instrument Track
  • Adding an Instrument Track
  • Auditioning and Choosing Sounds
  • Verifying Track Settings Prior to Recording
  • Filtering MIDI Aftertouch Data
  • The Logic Behind Starting with Drums
  • Drum Tracks Can Be Challenging
  • Let's Record... or Not
  • Basic Event Editing
  • 32-Bit-Only Features
  • Resizing the Event
  • Cubasic #9
  • The Event Handles
  • Cubasic #10
  • Creating Repeats
  • Quantizing MIDI Data
  • For Now, Let's Quantize
  • Selecting One Event
  • Selecting Multiple Events
  • Setting a Quantize Value
  • Plug-in Compatibility
  • Performing the Quantize
  • Performing an Iterative Quantize
  • Undoing Any Quantize at Any Time
  • The Mouseless Recording Workflow
  • The Concept of Multitrack Recording
  • A Brief History of Audio Recording
  • The Invention of the Multitrack Recorder
  • Cubase Has Spoiled Us Rotten
  • Recording Your Second Instrument Track
  • Using the Legato Function
  • Installing Cubase on Your Computer
  • Using MIDI Tracks with the VST Instrument Rack
  • Loading Instruments into the VST Instrument Rack
  • The HALion Sonic SE Control Panel
  • Loading Sounds (Programs) into HALion Sonic SE
  • Adding More MIDI Tracks
  • Using MIDI Tracks with Hardware Synths and Devices
  • Rule #1
  • Assign the MIDI Tracks to the Proper MIDI Output and Channel
  • Rule #2
  • The Device Audio Outputs Must Be Connected to Be Heard/Recorded
  • Enabling 64-Bit Mode on a Mac
  • Testing 1, 2, 3, 4
  • ch. 8
  • Recording Audio Tracks
  • Choosing a Monitoring Strategy
  • Direct Monitoring
  • Software Monitoring
  • My Monitoring Advice
  • Auto Monitoring
  • Manual
  • While Record Enabled
  • Using the USB-eLicenser
  • While Record Running
  • Tapemachine Style
  • Disable Record on Selected Tracks Preferences
  • Configuring Cubase for Direct Monitoring
  • Enable Direct Monitoring in Cubase
  • The Two Common Facilities for Direct Monitoring
  • Mix or Balance Knob
  • Software-Based Monitor Applications (Programs)
  • A Word About the Control Room
  • Configuring Cubase for Software Monitoring
  • Entering Your Activation Code
  • Disable Direct Monitoring
  • Setting the Lowest Possible Buffer Size
  • Keeping Your Latency Expectations Realistic
  • Setting Up Your Audio Track
  • Adding an Audio Track
  • Configuring the Audio Track
  • One Room + Microphone + Monitors = Headphones
  • The "Line of Sight" Method of Recording Signal Flow
  • Setting an Appropriate Input Level
  • Recording Your First Audio Track
  • ch. 1
  • Adding Cubase to the "Dock" (Mac)
  • Record on Measure 2, Not Measure 1
  • Your Last Chance to Change Tempo
  • Using Methods from Chapter 7
  • Don't Let Me Stop You
  • Appendix: A Guide to the DVD-ROM
  • Files on the Disc
  • Cubase Projects
  • "My First Cubase Project"
  • "The Right Track"
  • Project Window of "The Right Track Matt R01 drums only .cpr"
  • "Pinning" Cubase to the Taskbar and Start Menu (Windows)
  • Project Window of "The Right Track Matt R01.cpr"
  • "The Right Track Matt R02.cpr"
  • PDF
  • Creating a MySteinberg Account
  • Entering Your eLicenser Serial Number
  • Upgrading from Cubase Artist to Cubase
  • Almost Ready to Launch
  • ch. 2
  • Hardware and Studio Configuration
  • Choosing an Audio Interface
  • The S.F.P. Criteria
  • Setup, Installation, and Configuration
  • Sound
  • Features
  • Price
  • Additional Hardware Requirements
  • Microphones
  • Studio Monitors
  • Headphones
  • MIDI Controller and/or MIDI Interface
  • Keeping Up to Date
  • Windows, Macs, Mice, and Modifiers
  • Using This Book with Different Levels of Cubase
  • Using and Enabling Right-Click on a Mac
  • Key Commands and Modifier Keys
  • "F" or Function Keys
  • Function Keys on a Mac
  • Your Studio Setup
  • Arranging Your Studio Monitors
  • Woe to the Ears of a Musician
  • Keeping Your Equipment Handy and Close
  • Moving Out of the Basement
  • ch. 3
  • Does Cubase Run Better on a Mac or PC?
  • Launching Cubase for the First Time
  • Go for Launch
  • Configuring Your MIDI Interface
  • The MIDI Port Setup Settings
  • Renaming the MIDI Ports
  • The In "All MIDI Inputs" Checkbox
  • Device Field (Windows Only)
  • System Timestamp Settings (Windows Only)
  • Configuring Your Audio Interface
  • Changing Advanced Options
  • Recommended Minimum System Requirements
  • Interface-Specific Settings
  • Renaming the Audio Ports
  • Control Panel Settings (Including Latency)
  • Resetting Your Audio System
  • The Negative Impact of Wi-Fi and Ethernet Controllers
  • Disabling Network Controllers on Vista and Windows 7
  • Disabling Network Controllers on Windows XP and Media Center Edition
  • Disabling Network Controllers on Mac OS X
  • Getting Rid of Hum and Buzz
  • Using a Ground Lifter
  • Operating System
  • Determining if Your Home or Studio Is Properly Wired
  • Use High-Quality Cables
  • The Project Assistant Window
  • Definition of a Cubase Project
  • Cubase Templates
  • Cubasic #1
  • Using Proper Media Management
  • The Two Media-Management Options
  • The Set Project Folder Window
  • Saving the Project File into the Project Folder
  • CPU
  • Understanding the Benefits of Proper Media Management
  • Using Matt's Project-Revision-Naming Method
  • Enabling Auto Save
  • I/O, I/O, It's Off to Work You'll Go
  • ch. 4
  • The Ins and Outs of Cubase...Literally
  • Cubasic #2
  • Assigning MIDI Inputs and Outputs to Tracks
  • Creating a MIDI Track
  • Assigning MIDI Input, Output, and Channel
Control code
ocn793726566
Dimensions
28 cm +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
xvii, 141 p.
Isbn
9781458413666
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012017846
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)793726566

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