Join Mark Struthers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using quantization to tighten performance, part of Learning Cubase Pro 8.
- As mentioned in the previous movie,…I'll talk about something called quantization now.…Prior to looking at this function, though,…I'll first define what it is…so that we can see how it helps to negate MIDI timing issues…present in poorly recorded performances.…As we know, not every performance is perfect.…In the past, when tape was the only recording medium,…if a performance wasn't right,…then it would need to be redone.…Today -- and I'm not stating this…as a good or a bad thing -- but today,…if a piano performance, for example, was poor,…it doesn't necessarily have to be redone…because we can manually manipulate…each individual note.…
The downside to this, though, is…doing that can be quite cumbersome and laborious,…and therefore it's here,…to save considerable amounts of time,…that using the Quantize function is invaluable.…Now that I've tidied up this project,…so that within this Drums folder…I only see this Drums MIDI track,…let's open it up so that we can see…all the individual notes…within the dedicated Drum Editor.…
- 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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