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Chapter 2. Maximizing MIDI in Cubase 6

2. Maximizing MIDI in Cubase 6

There are plenty of pros working in the world who don’t use MIDI during the recording process. MIDI is what Cubase was built on and where it truly shines as a DAW. For me, the MIDI features in Cubase are the key ingredients for how I make my living as a composer/producer. If you’re one of the pros who isn’t a keyboard player, don’t let that stop you from exploring the world of MIDI. It’s really not as difficult as some might think.

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I encourage those who aren’t familiar with MIDI to read my book, MIDI Editing in Cubase: Skill Pack (Course Technology PTR, 2007). The book was written for beginners, but it also summarizes the vast world of MIDI in Cubase, and you can use the included CD-ROM to follow along with some exercises. The CD-ROM is revolutionary for Cubase training because you can actually hear, see, touch, and alter the MIDI, unlike with most books that make you start from scratch. Even though the book and CD-ROM were written for Cubase 4, they work and hold up well with Cubase 6.



  

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