How to Make Beats and Construct Grooves | Make Music with Cubase Elements

Groove is one of the key building blocks in music production and it’s important to make sure you have a solid foundation from the get go. In the first video in the “How to create music in Cubase Elements” video series we’ll use the powerhouse beat making tool, Groove Agent SE 4, to construct, record and edit beats and grooves. Then we’ll look at shaping the sound of each element of the groove using the FX section in Groove Agent SE 4. One final point, you don’t need to play a note in anger: we’ll show you how to do it all using the many production tools inside of Cubase Elements.

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