Record the Sounds from a Guitar Using Cubase 7


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Recording your guitar

Even though Cubase is capable of recording on several tracks simultaneously, we will concentrate on recording audio to a single track, and record some guitar with my friend Scott. Now that we've set up inputs and know how to set out sample and bit rate as well as create audio tracks, we are ready to lay down our ideas into something tangible. When I record audio, sometimes I like to use the audio pool, as you see in the lower left, so I can see where my files are being recorded to. This window is accessible under Project menu > Pool. Because of this, I've decided to resize a few windows, so they are not laying on top of each other.

Let's get started by creating an audio track. Let's go over here and right-click, and Add Audio Track. Let's do a mono configuration for our guitar. And let's name it. I'm going to name it Guitar 1, as we might record more guitars later on. (SOUND) Add track. I'm going to change the color of this for now by go...

Recording your guitar
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Recording your guitar 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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Cubase
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