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Drums & Percussion
A History of Yamaha Studio Reference Monitors
Of hit records and loyal users.
Simple Stereo Miking Techniques
Here’s how to get phase-coherent recordings with two microphones.
What Is Loudness?
A guide to the measurements that are critical when preparing your music for streaming.
Top 10 Mixing Tips
Improve your mixing with these easy steps.
How to Get Started Producing Music at Home
Essential gear, software and setup considerations.
Essential Gear for Your Home Studio
Ready to start outfitting your home studio? Here’s what you need to know.
A Guide to Home Studio Monitors
How to choose and set up an accurate monitoring system.
What’s the Difference Between Recording, Mixing and Mastering?
Defining the three phases of music production.
Talking Club Cubase With Greg Ondo
Behind the scenes of this popular livestream.
Recording Acoustic Instruments, Part 3
Capturing the sound of piano, brass, woodwinds and hand percussion.
Recording Acoustic Instruments, Part 2
Learn how to capture the sound of acoustic guitar and bass.
Recording Acoustic Instruments, Part 1
Learn about microphone types and mic placement.
Spotlight on Steinberg Dorico 4
Here are the most exciting new features in the latest release of the famed music notation software.
Spotlight on Steinberg WaveLab 11
This versatile audio editor gets even more powerful.
How to Create Lo-Fi
A musical style where you don’t want your tracks to sound their best.
Spotlight on Steinberg Cubase 12
An update with a slate of impressive new features.
The Advantages of Parallel Processing
An alternate way to apply compression and saturation.
Recording and Mixing Background Vocals
Create and produce effective harmony parts.
Creating Vocal Chops and Other Sampler Tricks, Part 2
Slice up a sample and let the triggering begin.
Creating Vocal Chops and Other Sampler Tricks, Part 1
Drop an audio file into your software sampler and let the fun begin.
What is Phase?
When sound waves are less than the sum of their parts.
Top Five Reasons for Having a Home Studio
It pays to invest in your creativity.
Music Theory for Producers, Part 2
Chord construction basics.
Music Theory for Producers, Part 1
Rhythm concepts that all producers should know.
MIDI Arranging Tips
How to get an orchestra of virtual instruments sounding good.
Crucial concepts and techniques for manipulating MIDI data.
Think Like a Drummer, Part 2
Assembling an authentic-sounding drum track.
Think Like a Drummer, Part 1
Using loops to create realistic drum tracks.
The Importance of Archiving and Backup
Don’t wait until audio disaster strikes.
Home Studio Troubleshooting Tips, Part 2: Computers and Software
Overcome crashes, corrupted files, and other digital glitches.
Home Studio Troubleshooting Tips, Part 1: Hardware
How to diagnose and fix common hardware-related problems.
Getting it out there.
This powerful tool allows you to control and process multiple tracks simultaneously.
From complex surround sound to basic recording, Nuendo and Cubase fit the bill.
Better Monitoring for Better Mixes, Part 2
Tips and techniques for checking your mixes.
Interested in sound design? You’ll want to check out this video.
Better Monitoring for Better Mixes, Part 1
How to choose, set up and get the most out of your home studio monitoring system.
Get Ready, Get Set … Mix!
A beginner’s guide to getting your mix started successfully.
Full Album Mastering
It’s all about cohesion.
Master Bus Processing
Ready to add a finishing touch to your mix? Here’s how.
Distortion and Saturation
Spice up your mixes with creative application of these powerful effects.
The Loudness Wars
Louder is not always better.
Delay, Part 2
Five setups to get you going.
Delay, Part 1
Take control of this important effect.
How Not to Over-Process During Mastering
Sometimes less is more.
Understanding and Using Reverb
Tips for adding space to your tracks.
The Virtual Soundstage
Strategies for mixing in three dimensions.
How to Use Steinberg WaveLab for Mastering
The combination of this powerful software with analog processing gives me the results I need.
Getting Great Vocal Tracks, Part 2: Comping
Combine the best of all your vocal takes into one track
Getting Great Vocal Tracks, Part 1: The Vocal Chain
It starts with the gear, setup and vibe.
Preparing Your Tracks for Mastering
Here’s what you need to know about bus processing and stems.
Here’s how to harness the massive power of automated mixing.
Using Pitch Correction Effectively
Here’s how to tune your vocal tracks.
Three new USB 3.0 interfaces from Steinberg.
It’s great to attenuate.
Berklee College of Music Teams Up with Steinberg
Film scoring students at this prestigious school are now using Cubase as their DAW software.
Practical EQ Techniques
How to use equalization during recording and mixing.
Organize Your Mix
These few simple steps will make you more productive.
Setting Up a Mix Template, Part 2
Add effects and virtual instruments to your Project Template.
Setting Up a Mix Template, Part 1
Cubase lets you pre-configure your ideal setup for instant recall.
The History of the DAW
The story behind the technology that changed music production forever.
Thunderbolt 2: The Ins and Outs
This blazing fast connection format raises the bar for high-resolution audio.
What Are Vintage Sounds, Anyway?
Even in the digital age, there’s a place for analog.
How To Place and Use Microphones Correctly
Coaching your worshippers so they feel comfortable using mics.
The Importance of Neutral Monitoring in the Home Studio
Reveal the music as it truly sounds.
What Is an Audio Interface?
Understanding this essential piece of hardware.
Steinberg Videos, Part 4: How to Compose Music with Chords
Here are some cool tools that make it easy to create backing tracks.
Steinberg Videos, Part 3: How to Get Started in Cubase AI and LE
Everything you need to know to start making music in Cubase.
Steinberg Videos, Part 2: How to Do Editing in Cubase
Love to tweak? You’ve come to the right place.
Steinberg Videos, Part 1: How to Do Your First Recording in Cubase
Here’s a video that shows you how to get started.
Dorico – Meet the Team Behind the Scenes
You need the best music notation software to make your best music.