Join Mark Struthers for an in-depth discussion in this video Adjusting MIDI to aid VSTi performances, part of Learning Cubase Pro 8.
- Let's look now at adapting existing MIDI performances…to make them play back better through a VSTi,…if the MIDI was recorded using a different VSTi initially.…This can happen when you are…sharing projects between studios.…For example, the recording of our piano…was made in one studio,…but rather than using HALion Sonic SE, as we are doing,…the piano was recorded using a different VSTi,…a dedicated piano VSTi call Ivory.…And because that will have been set up…in a different way to HALion Sonic,…in terms of sustain and effects,…the actual playing performance…will have been modified…because of the built-in effects.…
Notes that you might play longer with HALion Sonic…could very easily have been played quite short…because of the ringing reverb, perhaps,…when run through Ivory.…Anyway, that's the issue.…I want to look here at how we can get round that…by adapting the MIDI recording.…I'm not talking about quantizing.…We'll look at that in a later movie.…Here, I'm specifically talking about the note lengths…and the start and the end positions.…
- Installing and connecting Cubase
- Organizing assets and tracks
- Recording audio and MIDI
- Inserting effects
- Quantizing and processing tracks
- Integrating virtual instruments
- Developing song ideas with chord pads
- Using the Mix Console
Skill Level Beginner
Audio Foundations: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. Project Essentials
4. Mix Console
Use metering for export3m 39s
Next steps1m 5s
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