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Alfred Beginning Cubase 5 (DVD)
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For a quick way to tap into the power of Steinberg's Cubase 5 and achieve the professional results you've always wanted, check out Beginning Cubase 5...Click To Read More About This Product
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A practical step-by-step training for creating professional recordings.
For a quick way to tap into the power of Steinberg's Cubase 5 and achieve the professional results you've always wanted, check out Beginning Cubase 5.
Part of Alfred's Pro Audio Series Alfred's Pro Audio Series, this unique one-on-one instructional video experience will teach you how to make great recordings every time you open the music software program. You'll see exactly how everything works from the start-including how to set up your audio interface and create your very first session files.
The Cubase tutorial explores the wide array of VST plug-ins and loops included with the program; learn to work with MIDI and virtual instruments; and even create a song from scratch by recording rhythm, vocal, and virtual-instrument tracks, and mixing it all down so it's ready to distribute. Fully harness all Steinberg Cubase 5 has to offer, and get it right every time.
Series: Alfred's Pro Audio Series
Category: Pro audio training DVD
ISBN 10: 0739064053
ISBN 13: 9780739064054
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Comments about Alfred Beginning Cubase 5 (DVD):
I received my copy of Cubase le 5 with my Zoom h4n recorder. I'm not familiar with any DAW software.I was hoping tha this DVD would point in the right direction.
This DVD did not spend very much time discussing cubase. Spent way to much time discussing gear that can be used with Cubase. It was produced on an apple computer platform, therefore the cubase computer screen shots were blurred and did not show up very well on my new pc or dvd player. The video portion was crystal clear but only showed the back of their heads most of the time. The video portion didn't do much to advance the instructional value of the DVD. It only cluttered up the screen and was not needed in my opinion. The read me file suggested that I download QuickTime 7 to clear up the blurred screen. It was a very minor improvement. My pc runs Windows 7 and exceeds the video requirements needed to run by Cubase. This purchase was a complete waste of money.