Course For Cubase 6 104 - Working With MIDI 1.0

An interactive digital course for learning MIDI composing.
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Improve your skill and knowledge of MIDi management for music production. Check out the materials for learning to use the full functionality of Cubase 6 and its native toolset with lots of extended and hidden options. Switch between individual lessons.

Cubase is one powerful MIDI machine! Harness that power by joining Cubase Master-of-the-Universe, Matt Hepworth, as he explores Cubase 6’s world of killer MIDI tools and awesome MIDI functions...
Cubase 6’s MIDI capabilities are off the charts! If you can do it with MIDI you can do it IN Cubase. Matthew Loel T. Hepworth is Cubase’s North American Product Specialist and we at are proud to have him in the Cubase driver’s seat to teach you all about how Cubase handles MIDI.
In this 51-video MIDI exposé, Matt will turn you into a MIDI Jedi! First you’ll learn all about controlling your virtual and hardware synths. Then he’s off to a massive section on recording and editing MIDI events and tracks. You’ll master the Drum and Score editors and get an insider’s look at quantizing, creating grooves and freezing Instrument tracks.
Next comes MIDI Instrument Operations: Cubase can manipulate MIDI in countless ways and Matt shows you how to harness the power of these Operations to make editing your tracks fast, efficient and musical!
But wait... there’s more! Matt explodes this tutorial right into virtual instrument heaven with a 3-part incredible in-depth tutorials-within-a tutorial encore performance on Cubase’s awesome HALion Sonic VST Instrument, the groovy Groove Agent One VST Instrument and the magnificent LoopMash2 VST Instrument. Whew! This amazing MIDI tutorial is actually four tutorials in one!
So if you want to be a Cubase MIDI master and, at the same time, get a deep look at Cubase’s VSTs, watch this killer tutorial by Matt Loel T. Hepworth now!
Table of Contents:
1. Introduction to the Working with MIDI Tutorial
2. An Introduction to MIDI
3. VST (Virtual Studio Technology) Instruments vs. Hard...
4. Virtual Synth vs. Hardware Synth Advantages
5. Creating and Recording an Instrument Track
6. Cycle Recording
7. Overlapping MIDI Events
8. Quantizing MIDI Notes
9. Copying MIDI Events, Option-Drag and Repeats
10. Transposing Events
11. Changing Event Colors
12. The Key Editor
13. The Controller Lane
14. The Drum Editor
15. The Score Editor… Briefly
16. Adding Chord and Guitar Symbols
17. Scoring Drum Parts
18. Printing and Exporting Scores
19. Using the In-Place Editor
20. The Reset Quantize Command
21. Using Iterative Quantize
22. Using Groove Quantize Presets
23. Freezing Instrument Tracks
24. Transposing and the Transpose Track
25. Considerations for Transposing Drum Tracks
26. Using the Dissolve Part Command
27. Creating MIDI Notes with a Mouse
28. Creating MIDI Notes with the Virtual Keyboard
29. Concepts of "Mono-Timbral" vs "Multi-Timbral" Devic...
30. Instrument Tracks vs VST Instruments "Rack" with MI...
31. Using Multiple VST Instrument Outputs
32. Programming the Tempo Track
33. Programming the Signature Track
34. Programming the Arranger Track
35. Using External MIDI Devices
36. Converting MIDI and Instrument Tracks to Audio Trac...
37. Introduction to HALion Sonic SE
38. Loading and Auditioning Sounds
39. Editing with the Quick Controls
40. Adjusting Mix Settings
41. Creating Layers
42. Creating Splits
43. Using General MIDI Mode
44. Introduction to Groove Agent ONE
45. Loading Drum Set Sounds
46. Adjusting Sound Parameters
47. Creating Multiple Outputs
48. Using the Exchange Features
49. Introduction to LoopMash2
50. Creating Your First Mash
51. Triggering Scenes and Performance Controls

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