Steinberg Cubase

Advanced collaboration with VST Connect Pro in Cubase

Last month, we examined Steinberg’s VST Connect and showed you how to collaborate from afar, focusing mainly on the SE version built into Cubase and Nuendo. Now, we turn our gaze towards Pro and inspect some deeper collaboration features.

How to collaborate with VST Connect in Cubase

Don’t let social distancing curtail your collaborations. With VST Connect, you can work with musicians anywhere in the world and still record directly into your Cubase project.

Using dynamics in Cubase 10.5

Dynamics processors are a mainstay of sound recording and can make the difference between paltry and top-tier results. Cubase has a healthy range of choice in this area to help ensure you end up with the latter.

How to use Score Editor in Cubase Pro

The ability to convert MIDI notes into scored music, and vice versa, has been one of the strings to Cubase’s bow ever since the app’s inception, but there’s an awful lot more to using this feature than meets the eye.

Exploring the new features of Cubase 10.5

Being just-about the longest-serving DAW out there, it’s surprising that Steinberg can still think up ways to improve the venerable Cubase. But it can and it does, so let’s see what’s new in 10.5.

Understanding mid/side processing in Cubase

The flexibility of Mid/Side processing can bring big advantages during mixing, but Cubase doesn’t have any built-in M/S capabilities. All it takes, though, is a free plug-in and a bit of clever routing.

Mastering using Cubase 10

Cubase’s stablemate, WaveLab, is designed specifically with mastering in mind, with many tools and workflows dedicated to the task. But Cubase itself is far from incapable when it comes to giving mixes a final polish.

How to use Cubase’s channel-strip processors

Studio consoles typically feature EQ on every channel and the best of them include per-channel dynamics and other processing, too. There’s no need to fill up your insert slots to mimic this in Cubase, though…

How to add space to your mix with Cubase 10’s reverbs

Reverb is a vital weapon in a producer’s arsenal, and can play a key role in honing the sound and placement of parts within a mix, so it’s good that Cubase Pro comes with four different varieties…
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