How to Record Audio in Cubase | Getting Started with Cubase Pro 9

It’s time. Don’t overthink anything. Just watch this video to see the ease of pulling a cracking preset out of a library, how to record in Cubase and play some music. We show you how to set your tempo, get your click track ready and use some key tools to start editing your recording.

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  • brian weiss

    Just getting started with cubase. Indispensible video – much appreciated, thanks for taking the time to make it. question. i see you're recording the guitar with a microphone and using a click track. how is it that you're not picking up the 'click' through the mic when recording the guitar?

  • Timothy-Jon Osborn

    Too meuch for a 101 intro . All folk need is how to record a track on the instrument they play then play/ mix the next piece with the same instrument while hearing the previous tracks . Should be alot simpler than needing to know all buttons presets etc, This Cubase is very hard recommend Steinburg get a more straightforward introduction program to partner with, Cubase eliminates home learners which in turn makes the interface seam worthless.

  • kahwigulum

    I was interested in buying Cubase but the more of these videos that I watch the less I want to buy the software. It looks like this was created with the absolute least experienced, musical disinterested user in mind (ahem Kayne wannabes ahem) and for people who don't want to bother with actually learning how to record music or even play an instrument. It's like the lowest common denominator of DAWs out there. Just make your beats and let the filters and pitch correction do all the work. Why bother enjoying music when a computer can do it for you?

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