Insert effects are a sure-fire way to make your project more exciting and to produce a coherent mixdown. Cubase‘s layout and workflow makes applying these effects a breeze, with plenty of ways to create multiple instances across individual and several tracks, and even the entire project.
In this Cubase Tutorial, we take a brief look at some of Cubase’s insert effects and observe their use within the context of a track. You’ll learn how insert effects can alter a signal chain, and how to apply them to both individual and multiple channels. You’ll also learn how to use shortcuts to copy and paste effects on different channels.
We’re starting off with the basics and gradually move into more advanced and creative techniques, as in our Logic Tips and Ableton Live Tutorials series. Subscribe to our newsletter and YouTube Channel for weekly updates on new videos and content.
So far, we’ve covered:
- Introduction to Cubase
- Exploring the interface
- Track types and tools
- Cubase instruments
- Getting started with MIDI
- Get familiar with Cubase’s editors
- MIDI editing tools
- Drum Editor
- Make beats with Cubase’s Groove Agent SE
Bruce Aisher is an English music producer, music technology journalist and lecturer. As one half of the duo Brancaccio & Aisher, he has had club hits for labels including Bedrock, Parlophone and his own Player One Records. He regularly contributes to MusicTech content and is one of our Cubase Experts.