Hi cubase users!
I’m switching from Logic to Cubase (I’ve had cubase 6.5 for a while now and I like it except for the dongle!)
In this video, can anyone please tell me how he records the midi into audio in realtime, he obviously have some short commando for it? whats the name of it in the bind list, I’d really love to get it aswell!
Another thing I need to know is how he pitches the sound in some weird way just a few seconds after he bounced it in this clip.
I think he’s using the built in pitcher to make the sound less tonal. How does he do this and is there any short commando for that pitch thingie he uses?
He also have some commands for cutting with the keyboard for some reason, it looks like a great tool to improve in the workflow, how does he do that? (see video again; http://youtu.be/GrDiS2Yq1W4?t=25m49s he seems to have some kind of shortcommando for chosing which waveform he’s gonna cut in, some kind of target commando)
Note that I’m also using a plugin like Geist for drums and that’s what I want to render to audio! that means, I use the VST instruments (F11) and route each individual hit to its own bus so I can apply individual effects on each hit. I’ve watched a video that I found on youtube describing how to render from MIDI to audio (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8GKoiuIYSM) but my problem is that I dont have any outputs to select from, because it’s a MIDI track!
Thanks alot! answers very much appreciated!