How to Use MIDI in Cubase | Getting Started with Cubase Pro 9

MIDI is a crucial part of any recording set up and in this video we show you how to connect a MIDI keyboard the ways of recording the MIDI and audio signals. We also cover some basic MIDI concepts, MIDI editing and quantizing essentials.

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