My first degree was in Recording Arts from Full Sail and right after graduation, I did technical support for Pro Tools for 2 years… suffusive to say, Pro Tools was drilled into my brain and it’s made switching to any other DAW incredibly frustrating, largely because it’s intolerable to be so comparatively slow when I could just go use Pro Tools.
However, as my career has been shifting more from the world of audio to that of a film composer, now seems like the time to make Cubase my primary DAW, at least for my MIDI Orchestration work. Also, my primary notation software is Dorico.
I was wondering if anyone had any resources or advice for people who are way used to Pro Tools to become more fluent in Cubase. I’ve found this Moving from Pro Tools to Cubase - YouTube however it’s not entirely what I’m looking for. The problem for me with going through beginner materials is that I already know “the basics” of recording and digital audio and I’m just primarily looking to learn how to do what I did in Pro Tools in Cubase as well as take advantage of some of the features that make it a better software for MIDI than Pro Tools.