Cubase SX/SL, Mixing and Mastering

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Music Sales Corporation, 2003 - Music - 496 pages
Producing your own music on today's sophisticated computer software is no longer limited to playing instruments and arranging them. To create the best possible musical experience, from initial idea to finished CD, you also need to be an expert in sound engineering and mastering. This easy-to-read, practical book will improve your arranging, mixing, and mastering skills by showing you how to take full advantage of the powerful features in Cubase SX/SL. In addition to a basic introduction in sound engineering, you'll learn an astounding array of pro-level tips and tricks that will help you make better-sounding music. Furthermore, the enclosed CD-ROM includes audio examples and Cubase example Projects to help enhance the learning experience. Book jacket.

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How to Set Up Your System
12 The Operating System
14 The MIDI Interface

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About the author (2003)

Craig Anderton is one of the most widely respected pro audio writers today. He is currently editor-in-chief of Harmony Central and executive editor of EQ magazine. He has played on, produced, or engineered more than 20 major label releases and written more than 20 books, as well as given seminars on technology and the arts in 38 states, 10 countries, and three languages. He maintains an active musical career; in addition to playing with German underground legend Dr. Walker, he's also one half of the "power duo" EV2 with Brian Hardgroove of Public Enemy.

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