Composing music to picture is an essential skill to master. This introductory course covers the basics of working with video in Steinberg's Cubase. Learn these skills and begin scoring now in this 24-tutorial, Hollin Jones course.
So you've got your first video scoring gig and there are a bunch of unanswered questions: How does Cubase deal with video? What are frame rates? How do you get everything synchronized? Well, this course takes you through the basics to get you ready to score music to picture in Cubase!
Expert trainer Hollin Jones takes you frame-by-frame through the video basics. You learn the different video formats, frame rates and how to get Cubase running in perfect sync. You see how to import video into your Cubase project and extract the video's audio tracks for editing and processing. You also learn how to edit video and then export your finished video production with your embedded music and audio tracks!
Along the way, Hollin also explains the creative side of the scoring process. It's in these videos that you see how to make all your musical ideas sync to picture and fit the visuals. So, before begin scoring your first feature film, start at the beginning and get those essential skills in this 24-tutorial course by Cubase expert Hollin Jones.
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Alfredo wrote on January 11, 2021
Oneil A Dennis wrote on December 27, 2020
Great foundation course. Well organised and descriptions are very precise and easy to follow.
szeleetan wrote on February 12, 2016
Very nice video to watch. Very practical. The skill that I learn from the video can put to use almost immediately.
Pecchan wrote on January 12, 2016
This course covers the basics of importing video and working with it in Cubase. Personally I found the chapters dealing with basic midi sequencing rather pointless as the basics of Cubase are taught in other videos. Instead, it would have been nice to have had information about advanced ways to use, for example, hit points and more detailed tempo maps. So you might find yourself fast-forwarding a section or two, but the basic information presented is still valid, of course.
Lutz Martin wrote on November 26, 2015
Great! A new approach to Cubase (at least for me)!
Never used the video track in Cubase at all, but now I feel comfortable enough to try it out.