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This course will be useful for those who are just getting started with recording or even moving into Cubase from another piece of recording software.
By the end of this course, you'll have a practical guide to improve your working process by learning all about each of the different types of tracks included in your copy of Cubase 9.
You’ll be able to keep a project clean and your hard drive uncluttered by understanding how Cubase handles file storage from within the Project Window.
You’ll learn how to set up Audio, MIDI, FX and Group Tracks while keeping your project organized with Marker, Arranger, Folder, and Automation Tracks.
The ideal individual for this course is somebody who wants to write and produce his own music, whether you are an absolute beginner who's never produced music before or a seasoned user who would like to take his working process to the next level.
It's also great for those who are just getting started with recording or even moving into Cubase from another piece of recording software.
Without further due, this is Cubase 9: Windows & Taskbars.
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