If your just getting started to compose music with a computer or undecided on which DAW is right for your, here’s a few things to consider when choosing a DAW to compose music with. I’m going to give a basic […]
I get asked this question a lot, how do I build a template or how do you go about building a template from scratch. I show you my process from building a template from scratch, how I setup reverbs and […]
We are all looking at ways to write better music and grow as composers. Here are five tips, that I think will help you improve your music and grow as a composer. Transcribe/Score Study Listen to other genres of music/study […]
I’ve been using this iOS app called Metagrid from Metasystem.io, it’s completely changed my Cubase workflow, and how I work in Cubase 9. Currently, this is on iOS only, not sure if they will bring to other platforms in the […]
If your like me than you struggle trying to navigate 500+ tracks in your composing template.I have a really quick solution to speed up your time with two key commands in Cubase, called Show Channels/Tracks with Data and Show All […]
Here is a new piece of music I composed for the VI Composer Challenge, here are the details that I had to follow: Let this image get you started. Your piece can be of any duration, but I’d recommend keeping […]
Here is a quick guide/tutorial on setting up expression maps in Cubase 9. If you run a big template with single track instances of each instrument articulations, this could help you save on tracks and computer resources. Here is Steinberg’s […]
A complete walkthrough of my full orchestral composing template in Cubase 9.
We continue working on the piece we start a few streams ago. We also have a great conversation with a few viewers on the live stream about composing, film scoring and the direction of music.
A complete walkthrough of my full orchestral composing template in Cubase 8.5.