Going Pro with Cubase 5 - If you already know Cubase, then this book is for you. If you're already a veteran of MIDI, then you're ready for this book. This book doesn't waste much time with simple concepts. It explains the system and gets you up and running in a way the basic manual doesn't.
In addition, you'll learn how to get the most out of Cubase 5 when using Steinberg's innovative CC121 controller and MR816 CSX audio interface. Moreover, WaveLab and HAlion 3 are also explored with an emphasis on why they should be incorporated into your recording system.
Advanced mixing techniques are covered as well as advice on how to integrate ProTools and Nuendo to your various DAWs.
About the Author: Steve Pacey has held an interest in music since he was a child. His desire to learn more about music took him from piano lessons, to playing trombone in the grade-school band, to writing songs, to rapping and learning how to beat box, to playing keyboards and singing in a rock band, to attending a specialized music school, to owning and working in recording studios, to writing music for theater, TV, video, and film, to producing bands, to editing music-technology books, and writing this book.
He has been a devoted Cubase user since 1990 and is currently writing and producing music for several TV shows, including the television series The Ultimate Blackjack Tour on CBS. He's a member of ASCAP, NSAI, and owns his own music-publishing company (Spot On Music) and recording studio. Pacey lives in Nashville, TN.