Join Mark Struthers for an in-depth discussion in this video A first look at the Drum Editor, part of Up and Running with Cubase Pro 8.
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- In the previous movie, I introduced you…to the idea of using MIDI editors.…In that movie, we looked at the List Editor.…Here, I want to extend that…by having a first look at the Drum Editor,…another one of the MIDI editors available to us,…specifically, as the name indicates,…focused on drum editing.…With this project that we've been working on…a number of times already,…as you know, we have a drum folder here.…And inside, we have all these individual drums,…the kick, the snare, crash cymbals, the high hat,…and some tambourines.…
Anyway, what I want to do now is,…first of all, listen to our drum tracks,…remembering that these are audio recordings.…And then we'll look at a generated MIDI file…that originally drove a drum VSTi…to create these audio files.…It's then we'll be able to blend between the two,…the existing audio that we've got at the moment…and maybe perhaps with a different drum VSTi,…or at the very least, we could replace one with the other.…In fact, if you think about it,…we can adjust the drum MIDI hits…
- 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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