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Cubase 4 Essentials Certification

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Overview:

During this excellent Cubase 4: The Essentials course you will learn about the newly expanded features, the intuitive interface and integration of external audio and MIDI compatible hardware. You will learn the essential information needed to use this software effectively, and this new level of competence will undoubtedly speed up your workflow and boost your creativity. You will be learning from an expert instructor, who has an abundance of knowledge to share with you.

Our learning material is available to students 24/7 anywhere in the world, so it’s extremely convenient. These intensive online courses are open to everyone, as long as you have an interest in the topic! We provide world-class learning led by IAP, so you can be assured that the material is high quality, accurate and up-to-date.

What skills will I gain?

  • Quick Start Operations
  • Standard Cubase Conventions
  • Working with MIDI
  • Recording and Editing MIDI and Instrument Tracks
  • Editing Audio Tracks
  • Adding Inserts, FX Channels and EQ

Meet the Instructors:

Matthew was born into an “artsy” family. His father was a musician with a Ph.D. in music, and his mother is a dance instructor. So the arts were very influential during his upbringing. Later, Matt developed in interest in computers. In 1984, he hooked a Prophet 5 to his Commodore 64 with Steinberg’s Pro16 software via MIDI. He was hooked. Since then, he’s become and accomplished musician playing a variety of instruments, including Bass Guitar and Theremin. He works as an independent product specialist for Steinberg, Yamaha, and Tascam. He’s also deeply involved in professional video and photography. But his love of music keeps him busy with teaching, mixing and mastering. Abbas holds a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Science from the University of Waterloo.

Course Outline:

  • Module 01: Introduction
  • Module 02: QuickStart
  • Module 03: Installation and Setup
  • Module 04: Launching Cubase The First Time
  • Module 05: Getting Started With Cubase
  • Module 06: Operations
  • Module 07: Standard Cubase Conventions
  • Module 08: Working With MIDI
  • Module 09: Recording and Editing MIDI and Instrument Tracks
  • Module 10: Things to Know Before Recording Your Audio
  • Module 11: Recording Your First Audio Track With a Microphone
  • Module 12: Editing Audio Tracks
  • Module 13: Adding Inserts, FX Channels and EQ
  • Module 14: Other Track Types and Their Uses
  • Module 15: The Mixer Window
  • Module 16: Using VST Instruments
  • Module 17: ReWire
  • Module 18: Using Loops
  • Module 19: The Pool
  • Module 20: Undo and Redo
  • Module 21: Record Modes
  • Module 22: Automation
  • Module 23: Advanced MIDI Editing
  • Module 24: Advanced MIDI Operations
  • Module 25: Using MIDI Functions
  • Module 26: Using Logical Presets
  • Module 27: Advanced Audio Editing
  • Module 28: Freezing
  • Module 29: Mixing to CD, iPod and the Internet
  • Module 30: Conclusion

How will I be assessed?

  • You will have one assignment. Pass mark is 65%.
  • You will only need to pay £19 for assessment.
  • You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days.

What Certification am I going to receive?

Those who successfully pass this course will be awarded a Cubase 4: The Essentials certificate. Anyone eligible for certification will receive a free e-certificate, and printed certificate.

What are requirements?

  • You must be 16 or over
  • You should have a basic understanding of English, Maths and ICT
  • You will need a computer or tablet with internet connection (or access to one)

What careers can I get with this qualification?

With this qualification, you are able to fulfil various roles, such as:

  • Music producer
  • Session musician
  • Music Teacher
  • Music composer

PLEASE NOTE: We do not provide any software with this course.

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

Course Curriculum Total Units : 46
1: Introduction
1. Introduction
2: QuickStart
1. Part A, Connecting Sound Card, Mic and MIDI Keyboard, New Project, Adding Audio Track and MIDI Track, Using Transport Window
2. Part B, Recording Audio Track, Recording MIDI Track, Adding Instrument Track, Using Halion One, Browse Preset
3: Installation and Setup
1. Installation and Setup
4: Launching Cubase the First Time
1. Launching Cubase the First Time
5: Getting Started With Cubase
1. Part A, New Project, What a Project Is, What Project Management is and Why It’s Important
2. Part B, Navigating Project Window, Project Window Columns, Viewing Inspector, Viewing Event Infoline, Viewing Overview
3. Part C, Transport Window, Explanation of Segments of Transport Window and Buttons
4. Part D, Adding Tracks, Differences Between Audio, MIDI and Instrument Tracks, Using Inspector to Change Track Properties
5. Part E, Project Window Features, Editing Tools, Snapping, Song Follow, Track Coloring, Zooming
6: Operations
1. Part A, Set-Up ASIO or Core Audio Soundcard, Set-Up Monitoring Preferences, Auto Save Feature, Project Set-Up Settings
2. Part B, Configuring Soundcard Inputs-Outputs, Cubase Mixer, How Project Window Relates to Mixer Window
7: Standard Cubase Conventions
1. Part A, Keyboard Shortcuts, Using Left-Right Locators, Using Numeric Keypad, Using Key Commands
2. Part B, Keyboard Shortcuts, The Project Window, Toolbar and Key Commands for Each Tool, Undo-Redo-History
3. Part C, Importance of Metronome or Click Track, Using Beat Calculator, Using Tempo Track
8: Working With MIDI
1. Part A, What is MIDI and How Used Within Cubase, Difference Between MIDI Sounds and VST Instruments, How to Connect External MID
2. Part B, Multi-timbral MIDI Operation, Describe Ports-Parts and Channels, Multi-Timbral External MIDI Devices and VST Instruments
9: Recording and Editing MIDI and Instrument Tracks
1. Part A, Creating Track, Assigning MIDI Destination and Recording, Quantizing MIDI, Cycle or Loop Recording, Cut-Copy-Paste
2. Part B, Editing MIDI in Project Window, Key Editor, List Editorr and Score Editor
10: Things to Know Before Recording Your Audio
1. Things to Know Before Recording Your Audio
11: Recording Your First Audio Track With a Microphone
1. Recording Your First Audio Track With a Microphone
12: Editing Audio Tracks
1. Editing Audio Tracks
13: Adding Inserts, FX Channels and EQ
1. Adding Inserts, FX Channels and EQ
14: Other Track Types and Their Uses
1. Other Track Types and Their Uses
15: The Mixer Window
1. Part A, The 3 Levels of the Mixer, Showing-Hiding Tracks, Inputs and Extended Mixer Settings
2. Part B, Setup Group Channels, Input-Output Assignments, Assigning Multiple Tracks to Group Channels, Cut-Copy-Paste for Track Pa
16: Using VST Instruments
1. Using VST Instruments
17: ReWire
1. ReWire
18: Using Loops
1. Using Loops
19: The Pool
1. Part A, Defining Cubase Pool, How Pool Relates to DAW Program, 3 Different Pool Folders, Recovering Older Takes, EmPartying Tras
2. Part B, Minimizing Audio Files, How Pool Relates to Proper Project Management, How to Consolidate Project
3. Why Naming Your Tracks is So Important
20: Undo and Redo
1. Undo and Redo
21: Record Modes
1. Part A, Linear Recording Mode, 3 Different Record Modes, Differences Between MIDI and Audio Linear Mode Recording
2. Part B, Cycle Record Modes, 5 Cycle Record Modes, Differences Between MIDI and Audio Cycle Mode Recording, Using Stacked Record
22: Automation
1. Automation
23: Advanced MIDI Editing
1. Part A, Key Editor, Key Editor Tools, Editing Note Data, Velocity Data and Other Controller Data, Step Recording, Edit-In-Place
2. Part B, Drum Editor, Drum Editor Tools, Editing Drum Note Data and Drum Note Velocity Data
3. Part C, List Editor, List Editor Tools, Editing Note Data, Velocity Data and Other Controller Data
24: Advanced MIDI Operations
1. Advanced MIDI Operations
25: Using MIDI Functions
1. Using MIDI Functions
26: Using Logical Presets
1. Using Logical Presets
27: Advanced Audio Editing
1. Advanced Audio Editing
28: Freezing
1. Freezing
29: Mixing to CD, iPod and the Internet
1. Mixing to CD, iPod and the Internet
30: Conclusion
1. Conclusion
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