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Cubase SX for beginners - Part 3 - [video]

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Author: admin
Date: 02-Nov-05

[dancetech database recompiled in 1999 - some articles listed April '99 are older]


Dancetech Cubase SX For Beginners - Part 3

Drum Map - All about Cubase's drum editor - Routing, snap, grid, quantise, tools & general editing - Working with multiple VSTi's - Layering drumsounds with synthsounds - Keyboard mapping - Integrating external sound modules etc

Download the drum-map tutorial RMF kit pack

Download the free RMF drum s/w (or use any free drum s/w)




Chapter-3: Drum Map - Part-1/8

Chapter-3: Drum Map - Part-2/8

Chapter-3: Drum Map - Part-3/8

Chapter-3: Drum Map - Part-4/8

Chapter-3: Drum Map - Part-5/8

Chapter-3: Drum Map - Part-6/8

Chapter-3: Drum Map - Part-7/8

Chapter-3: Drum Map - Part-8/8





Dancetech Cubase SX For Beginners - Series Parts

Part-1 - Intro to the arrange-page area - adjusting grid display - working with Snap & Quantise on the arrange-page grid.

Part-2 - Intro to the Key Edit area (piano edit) - working with Snap & Quantise & tools - Notes & controllers.

Part-3 - Intro to the Drum Map area (drum edit) - working with Snap & Quantise & tools - multiple sound sources, layering, routing, key remapping etc.

Part-4 - The Arpache arpeggiator - Discover arpeggio work with the included SX arpggiator. Full explanation of useage, techniques, tips & tricks.


















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'Cubase SX for beginners - Part 3 - [video]'


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Name:  Dujean
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Date:  03-Nov-05

Well well, I hav' watchd all 3 parts 'n' I'm quite impressed wid de ease of explanashun 'n' understanden bahind dese toots. I really liked de fact dat ya aint swearen init, many others take opportoonidy to do so!
HUMBL' is de word, keep at it bro & I keep watchen!!
COOL TOOT!!

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Date:  05-Nov-05

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Name:  White Knight
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Date:  07-Nov-05

I want to thank you for taking the time, effort and energy (as well as all of the fags and coffee) to produce a truly superb series of SX videos for beginners. I think the so-called "professionals" seriously have a lot to learn in the skills of communicating information in such a clear and concise manner. I take my hat off to you. Thanks.

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Name:  Barry
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Date:  02-Dec-05

Hey another great video....they're getting even more interesting and at time bordering on the humourous.
Humour us with more! your a natural.

many thanks,


Barry

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Name:  sound30
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Date:  14-Dec-05

great work. i downloaded all 3 videos and i am really sold on these fantastic tutorials.
please carry on producing such really helpful videos.
proposals for further editions:
fx automation, insert and send fx and arranging tips.
greets from germany

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Name:  monsieur_bug
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Date:  14-Dec-05

Thanx from france! great job man! I used to think i knew cubase well, but now i know i was wrong!thanks to you i'm improving my English too!
FANTASTIC !

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Date:  22-Dec-05

great videos

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Date:  15-Jan-06

Thanx a lot for making these amazing video-tutorials. There aren't many people who care for newbie's. Without asking money, that is. The way you explain things are crystal clear, and very amusing. Respect from Belgium!!!!!!!!

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Name:  richard mc spadden
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Date:  19-Jan-06

these tutorials are exactly the kind of thing i've been looking for, and i'm sure others have too. thankyou for taking the time to do such a selfless deed! any more tutorials will be so appreciated, keep it up mate!

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Name:  C
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Date:  09-Feb-06

I just wanted to thank you for the CUBASE tutorials. They are GREAT for someone starting off. However, I was going through the 3rd video and you installed a "BOOM_KIK_BASS_DECAY.fxp". I can't find that anywhere on the site. Could anyone be able to point me in the right direction? Thank you.

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Name:  CsUn
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Date:  18-Feb-06

Nice tutorial. I only missed the SWING form the 3rd video. So where can i download part4. :)...

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Name:  Keith
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Date:  14-Apr-06

I was hoping for Video 4! Please don't stop. You're the best!

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Name:  x-split
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Date:  14-Jul-06

thank you about this great tutorials!
But I encountered to one problem, I do not succeed to load the wave1.3! synth , I passed the plug-in ( an ending .dll ) to the vst-plugins in the folder of cubase, and it does not appear me in the vst-instruments in the cubase, please help me!!

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Date:  14-Jul-06

thank you about this great tutorials!
But I encountered to one problem, I do not succeed to load the wave1.3! synth , I passed the plug-in ( an ending .dll ) to the vst-plugins in the folder of cubase, and it does not appear me in the vst-instruments in the cubase, please help me!!

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Date:  30-Nov-06

Any news on the new pipe you guys are getting. I've been firing up Azureus every day for the last month hoping that somebody would be seeding the torrent but still no joy. If the new pipe is not coming could you at least seed the torrent (even if it is at 5k/s or something) so that we can download the tutorials even if it takes a few weeks?

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Name:  admin
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Date:  03-Feb-07

sorry about the delay, but it'll be worth the wait.. if the wave player plugin doesnt load, did u check it is in your plugin list in cubase and enabled.. anyways, ANY simple sample-triggering VST plugin will do the job AS LONG AS IT HAS THE FEATURE TO PLAY THE SAMPLE FOR AS LONG AS THE NOTE LENGTH (not 'trigger & play all the way thru')

SWING, yes, i think it requires a whole video on the subject cos it is also for the piano edit.

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Name:  admin again
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Date:  03-Feb-07

oh, and we really appreciate your kind comments and support :) in afct it has inspired our video gy who has spent the last 1.5 years on a teaching course to pick up new tips for presentation and that kind of thing.. expect more stuff as soon as we get the server set, it's just been totaly hectic in the last 3 months

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Name:  perry
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Date:  24-Jan-08

need the BOOM_KIK_BASS_DECAY.fxp and the hip hop kik.fxp plz plz plz get bk to me dunoo wotels to do

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Name:  admin
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Date:  26-Jan-08

here - i think that's all of it, the drumbox RMF is in our FILES section - do a name search for it

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Name:  bobby digital
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Date:  30-Apr-08

Thanks a lot.I would have had to do so much reading before i could understand cubase.Your tutorials helped me big time,

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Name:  Barry
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Date:  19-Aug-09

Excellent tutorials. I'm a total beginner to cubase and they've really sorted me out. However having problems with the third tutorial. I download the .rar file but cant seem to to add the RMF to the vst instruments. What am i doing wrong?

Cheers

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Name:  Caiden
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"Excellent tutorials. I'm a total beginner to cubase and they've really sorted me out. However having problems with the third tutorial. I download the .rar file but cant seem to to add the RMF to the vst instruments. What am i doing wrong?

Cheers "

- Same problem

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Name:  RukaBiochemichal
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Date:  29-Jun-11

hi
starting to say that this toot is awesome and very helpfull and amuzing
also.
gallons of coffee and "fags"
still i didnt find the links to download some of the samplers, if u can
point me to the right direction will b great.
im starting to make some tracks thx 2 u.
Greetings from portugal u r the man

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Name:  admin
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Date:  29-Jun-11

the drum kit mentioned in the video is now linked at the top of this page before the first video (also added with this post in the weblink):

The free RMF drum s/w is in our files/samples/manuals section (search for 'rmf')

you must be logged in to the site to d/load it. Or you can use use any free drum s/w.

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Name:  DANCE DADDY
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Date:  21-Aug-11

As my name implies I am of a somewhat larger age than I suspect most of your followers. 66 actually. I LOVE elctronic music but am a total nurd with computers and the terminology. I have been pressing buttons on cubase now for a little over 10 years and NEVER got anywhere. This tutorial series is so much fun, so easy to follow, even for a Dinosaur and wow well if I get another 5 years onthisI think I might even make a tune.... FABULOUS...THANK YOU SO MUCH...ps give up the fags, I just had 2 lungs cut up and sectioned, and constantly hearing your ZIPPO open up is driving me mad with desire for a FAG...

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Name:  John John
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Date:  20-Feb-12

AAAAAGH !!!I don't understand none of this stuff I just want to quantise some melody/ bass lines- Don't want/ need to be a studio tecchie- I'm just a musician who needs to sit down at my K' boards and make music. Arrrrrgh!!! (again)

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