Join Mark Struthers for an in-depth discussion in this video Inputting with the virtual keyboard, part of Up and Running with Cubase Pro 8.
- To follow on from the previous movie…where we finished up by taking…a first look at the virtual keyboard,…we'll look at it in more detail here.…Here it is connected to the transport panel,…rather than as an individual floating panel.…It operates in the same way whichever way you do display it.…Remember that if you do want it to float individually,…right click and choose the Virtual Keyboard option…down here, rather than the top option.…Anyway, it's here, and you'll notice that…the buttons here are duplicates of what…you'll find on your QWERTY keyboard connected to your PC.…
They're set out as an octave though,…moving from C up to C, a one-octave range.…Now, at present all we have is a virtual keyboard…ready to create notes driven by MIDI.…So to hear any sound, we need to set up…a VSTI for our MIDI input sound source.…And I'll go ahead and do this.…And I'll look at this more closely in a later movie.…But for now I'll quickly set up a VSTI…by coming up to Devices and then down to VST Instruments.…
Notice the shortcut is F11.…
- 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
Foundations of Audio: 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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