Audio Production Basics with Cubase 10.5

Audio Production Basics with Cubase 10.5

Frank D. Cook, Harley Glynn

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Learn the basics of recording, editing, and mixing audio using Cubase Elements, Artist, or Pro. Experience the software used worldwide by musicians, producers, engineers, mixers, and audio professionals. Filled with tips and insights, Audio Production Basics with Cubase 10.5 will get you working fast. With this book and the included media files, you’ll get the practical, hands-on exposure you need. We cover everything from setting up your computer to the fundamentals of audio production, including:

  • Basic Digital Audio Workstation operations and audio hardware options
  • Principles of sound production and microphone use
  • Essential Cubase concepts and operations
  • MIDI fundamentals for playing and performing with virtual instruments
  • Multi-track recording
  • Plug-in use and signal processing techniques
  • Mixing your project and using automation
  • Outputting your final mixdown


Cubase software is very powerful, yet fun and easy to use. Everything you learn here will apply to all editions of Cubase (Elements, Artist, and Pro), so you can easily upgrade in the future no matter where you are starting today. Take the first step now, with Audio Production Basics with Cubase 10.5.


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Frank D. Cook:
Frank D. Cook is a musician and long-time digital audio user. He has worked in publishing and education for more than 20 years. Frank is the author of the acclaimed Pro Tools 101 course book, along with numerous other book titles in digital audio. He has taught college courses in commercial music, has authored four Pro Tools video training courses for LinkedIn Learning, and is an Avid Master Instructor.

Harley Glynn is an ardent user of Steinberg’s Cubase, with diverse experience in the audio industry. Harley has used Cubase for over 10 years, producing hundreds of music tracks. His experience includes post-production mixing, SFX design, and production sound for short films. Harley currently works as an adjunct professor in the Los Rios Community College District. He has been a college-level instructor in the field of audio production since 2012.|||Frank D. Cook is a musician and long-time digital audio user. He has worked in publishing and education for more than 20 years. Frank is the author of the acclaimed Pro Tools 101 course book, along with numerous other book titles in digital audio. He has taught college courses in commercial music, has authored four Pro Tools video training courses for LinkedIn Learning, and is an Avid Master Instructor.

Harley Glynn is an ardent user of Steinberg’s Cubase, with diverse experience in the audio industry. Harley has used Cubase for over 10 years, producing hundreds of music tracks. His experience includes post-production mixing, SFX design, and production sound for short films. Harley currently works as an adjunct professor in the Los Rios Community College District. He has been a college-level instructor in the field of audio production since 2012.

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