CUBASE COURSE : 8 X sessions
We have been using Cubase and teaching Cubase at TRW since it came out in 1989. The classes are small with plenty of practical time.
£300 (on its own), £270 (if paid for with another course).
A maximum of only 2 people per workstation consisting of a computer with a keyboard and a multitimbral sound module means plenty of hands-on practice. Aspects of Cubase MIDI sequencing covered include: Drum, Key, List, Logical editing, Arranging with Global functions, Cut & Pasting, Group track, Using Controllers, MIDI processor, MIDI mixing & more. Aspects of the hard disk audio recording section of Cubase include the mixer, automation, using plug-ins, audio & automation editing, channel assignment, VST instruments, recording audio etc... Familiarity with EQ, dynamic processing & effects or completion of the TRW Foundation Course necessary.
Music Production software
One of the 1st pieces of music production software was a Commodore 64 program called Pro16 in around 1987. In those days the 5.25" floppy disc was the latest thing in data storage! Pro16 later became developed in 1989 into the program that we now know as Cubase.