Great mixes begin with solid mix preparation. In this advanced Cubase course, producer Eyal Amir explains how he prepares, quantizes and warps his bass and drum tracks to ensure the tightest, best mixes possible. Check it out!
When rhythm tracks are “locked in” you can feel it. It’s like two hearts beating as one! And when you spend a little more time doing some microscopic editing to get those tracks really synced, you’ll find that real production magic can occur. In this rhythm track mix prep course by famed Producer/Songwriter, Eyal Amir, you learn the tricks of the trade he uses to get a track ready for the final mix. This way a professional mixer can spend time mixing rather than editing!
It always starts with the bass and drums. When those two elements work together, all the other elements often fall right in to place! You learn how to quantize single tracks and multi-tracks. You also learn Eyal’s secrets on how to quantize, warp edit and clean-up all your rhythm tracks so that the mixer, whether it’s you or somebody else, will be able to really make your tracks truly sound their best.
By the time you complete this advanced Cubase course you’ll know how to make your bass and drum tracks so tight that they’ll blend together into a single, forceful fusion of dynamic rhythmic solidarity!
Very very interesting with a Great Tutor!! Good Job, Amyr!!!! I saw the course with great interest and It was easy to follow the teacher!!
Pecchan wrote on November 23, 2016
A useful intro into the basic audio editing functions and track management in Cubase. With the great number of MIDI-themed tutorials out there this one fills a gap.
Micko wrote on December 19, 2015
Thanks you. very helpful course, this will silve a lot of issues with timing for my live recordings. Looking forward to trying out these tecniquues
Enrico wrote on October 14, 2015
Very Very clear, informative and practical tutorial, with many realistic scenarios exposed, not only theory on tutorial sitting in front of daw.
It did help me understand some new Cubase concepts like hitpoints and warping.
I hope and wait for more Cubase tutorials with Eyal :)
Kwackman wrote on May 11, 2015
Even though I don't record live drums, I found this course very helpful. The editing processes will translate to other stuff I record. I thought the presenter does a great job, informing with enthusiasm and never patronising the viewer. I hope he does more Cubase courses.
Christopher wrote on April 3, 2015
I really like Eyal Amir. I hope he does more Cubase course.
He is, like me a total music geek, but also so charismatic. Better still, he gives very practical course. I learned a lot... Even though I do not record live drums, this course was very useful.
The only reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5 is because, it do not record live drums.
Again, I hope Eyal does more Cubase courses... I will definitely tune in.
JACsongs wrote on March 27, 2015
Brilliant! As a Cubase user, and for anyone looking to understand edit techniques, this course is invaluable. And Ayal is always a treat to watch. Thanks MPV for another great Cubase tut. Please keep them coming. Cheers.