I'm having a hard time with monitoring while recording and was hoping maybe someone could help me out. This will be the first action. I've used 5 and 7. Macros are different because they allow us to combine a number of tasks and assign a key command so these tasks are performed in order whenever the key is pressed. Module 2 - Fleshing out the Track In this module you'll really flesh out the track and learn to layer sounds together to create unique and luscious textures using a variety of techniques using Cubases powerful built in tools. We briefly show you our vocal booth and how it can be made. Now you need to select actions you want to perform in this Macro.
Once again thank you for the post. Halion sonic se is simply superb, some great keyboard sounds in there. I'll post back here As far as generic remote, I haven't looked much into it, simply because some it doesn't allow you to trigger apple scripts for more complex macros. At least not until you're more of an 'advanced' user. In looking at the course description, it's not at all clear that I'll be able to learn how record my own voice and instruments. We hope you find this video entertaining and useful. Then do the same on track 2 but make sure track 1 are both deselected.
To add commands to the Macro, simply select the required Key Command in the upper part of the window and click the Add Command button. Jon shows you the basics and what to look out for. In Level 2 Ask Video dives right into the advanced features. But to my mind, the simplest approach is to select the Stereo Out and simply use the Cmd+C Ctrl+C on Windows , go to the destination track and use Cmd+V Ctrl+V. To me things like group channels and side chaining, buses and side chaining is a breaze in cubase. The trick with visibility is to use the logical editor, which I have things setup to show hide folders and select specific tracks You can make as many as you want.
I only have Cubase 9, but did find the videos I watched very interesting. So the finished Macro consists of: Transport-Locators to Selection, Transport-To Right Locator, Transport-Set Left Locator, Macro-Nudge Up Bar, Macro-Nudge Up Bar, Macro-Nudge Up Bar, Transport-Set Right Locator, Edit-Fill Loop. The only issue which I found may not work great for some viewers, is, the extremely fast pace chosen to go through complex subjects. If you are not a Cubase user but are thinking about switching then these tips might convince you to change. I am a: Professional, Musician 1.
In this video we quickly cover the steps involved in creating your own macro. In this in-depth tutorial series, Cubase guru Dave Askew reveals his most complete advanced lessons ever! For a more detailed introduction and overview of Macros, see January 2003's Cubase Notes. Module 5 - Vocals This module is all about setting up, recording and editing live vocals. In the Macro pop-up menu you can select a macro that will be executed automatically after completing the actions defined using the Filter and Action lists. Check out the video and see if it gives you some ideas of how you might be able to use or adapt this approach to improve your workflow in Cubase. We'll present other recipes from the Macro Cookbook in future Cubase Notes, and, as always, if you come up with any interesting Macros, do email them to us at.
By Mark Wherry This month we take another look at Cubase's Macro facility and discuss a selection of examples for adding some rather neat features to the program. You'll even learn advanced techniques like 'side chaining' which is vital to getting your track to sound good. By placing the compressor on the premix bus, I can set the level of the vocals running into the compression using the vocal channel fader as normal, but can later choose to nudge the vocals up a little without impacting on the action of the bus compressor, by sending a little of the vocal directly to the clean master bus. Maybe I missed something mine do work as you saw. In your tutorial Cubase Beginners Course 15-Comping the vocal you use Reder selection to create one Audio track after you have chosen the best parts of the lanes. It does all the same things, it just looks way cooler : There are a ton of advanced features and it processes better than the older ones, but that's all 'under the hood', you won't need to know how or why with those. Fortunately, the number of frames per second can be neatly divided into the number of ticks per second when you're working with 24- or 30-frame video, meaning that a single frame is worth 40 and 32 ticks respectively.
A new, unnamed macro appears in the Macros list. Lesson 4 - Layering Layering is a vital skill to master in any electronic genre. However, this fails because the Paste command is somehow executed before the Project Cursor is moved, so the object being copied ends up being pasted to wherever the Project Cursor happens to be when you execute the Macro. Tick box at bottom to bring the new audio back into the audio pool or a new track. However, please clarify something for me.
The track gets record armed, the click is on, and the transport is recording and playing. It gets better, fast, I promise. Now when you jump back you can just press those key combinations, and it performs the Macro. I just purchased the Cubase 9. I really want to buy Cubase and learn the eff out of it, but would prefer to have a proper way to learn it. I'd recommend you use something like that to get started. Dave now spends a video demonstrating how to Create a Drum Map from scratch, and how to use the Advanced Score Editor features.
Click the button to check it out. After you have closed the Key Commands dialog, all macros you have created appear at the bottom of the Edit menu in the Macros submenu, available for instant selection. Macros are different because they allow us to combine a number of tasks and assign a key command so these tasks are performed in order whenever the key is pressed. Now, when you have an imported Audio Event you want to play in time with the current Project's tempo, select it and use the Slice Audio Loop Macro — and nine times out of 10, the default settings will work their magic. He then explores advanced Quantization and Tempo Functions. Creating your own custom shortcuts in is really straightforward but if you want to take things a step further you can create Macro sequences that can be triggered with one key command.