Import a drum loop as a Start point Cubase 7


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Importing a drum loop as a starting point

There are many ways to add assets to your session. Let's take a look at some of the most effective ways to Import loops into your session, to get you started writing music. Cubase will handle most common audio file formats like WAV, AIFF, REX, etcetera. And if need be, will convert them automatically, so you can work with them in your session. For example, Bit Rate and Sample Rate. In regards to tempo based files like loops, if the metadata is embedded in the file, Cubase will recognize the original tempo, and adapt it to your sessions tempo. If you know the tempo, you could also tell Cubase what it is.

This allows the file to adapt to the tempo of your session. Let's open up a blank session. Let's go over to More > Empty. As we mentioned in a previous video, we select the Prompt for Location here at the bottom. This option should remain as a global preference unless you change it, click Continue. Let's choose a location where you want your project to b...

Importing a drum loop as a starting point
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Importing a drum loop as a starting point provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Pieter Schlosser as part of the Up and Running with Cubase 7

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Audio + Music
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