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someone to teach me how to produce music from scratch, preferably using cubase.
i live in the bedfordshire area of the uk and im very, very keen to start banging out my own tunes, sadly do not have the funds to buy the real software or equipment. :crybaby2:
i have some cool tunes in my head i need put onto computer...i just dont have the knowledge:tuktuk:
its a desparate plea and any help is always appriciated
thanks to all
ps: if this is in the wrong section feel free to move it :)
03-07-2007, 14:51 PM
I shall do so:)
I shall do so:)
im all ears:) well, i guess the first thing i need is a full version of cubase sx3. the version i downloaded from here didnt have the features i saw on my tutorial dvd. can you help me with that?
all ive got here is a good set of speakers. is it really nessacary to splash out on additional equipment to start out?
03-09-2007, 01:17 AM
It's helpful to have a midi controller, to play your instruments. It's not necessary but it's faster. I start with the beats, etc and then build up layer by layer starting with a bass line most of the times.
Good luck with your efforts!
06-03-2007, 07:03 AM
Dont use Cubase from start, use more UI frendly to get som ideas how thinks work then go to cubase if you steel wonet to do that
06-03-2007, 19:07 PM
I think you can start from Ableton Live!....it is much more easy to understand when you just begun to produce music.
06-03-2007, 19:14 PM
....Cubase is a very good program, but you will spend much time to understand how it works. I think you can move to Cubase after 0.5-1 year after using Live!...but may be you wouldn't do this :) Generally DAW is not a main stuff....the main stuff are in your head :) Good Luck!
06-11-2007, 20:14 PM
I started on Cubase but I had been using a midi daisychaned setup before that so I had the general knowledge to start with, Cubase can be a bitdaunting to start with but its well worth it once you "get it".
06-11-2007, 21:23 PM
I would also have to say that to start producing with a program like Cubase is a bit of a tall order aspecially if you arent very patient. I think that you need to build up a sort-of-a background on any more user friendly program, get farmiliarized with the basics and then take on Cubase...
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