Welcome to the online home of Paul Carlson, composer and musician. I am currently writing and recording various styles of production music, but mostly concentrating on Dramatic Orchestral, Ambient and World. This site provides several samples of my work, and also links to sites where you may purchase a license for your production.
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Many people come to me and say "What is Cubase"? Well, not really, but I have realized that most people have no idea what a Cubase or a DAW is. This is just a quick description and high level overview (nothing too fancy).
I am considering purchasing some new plugins, and was wondering if anyone had any comments of the following software:
I am still running the 32 bit version of Windows XP, and with Windows only utilizing 2GB of my memory for applications, I have always had just barely enough memory for Cubase and all my virtual instruments and plugins.
In my first blog entry about virtual instruments in Cubase, I discussed the basics of setting up a virtual instrument track. In this entry I will do a quick overview of how I then record my virtual instruments onto an audio track.
I had mentioned in one of my earlier blog entries that a Cubase 6 upgrade would first require a Windows 7 upgrade. Well, I'm having some memory issues during some recording sessions that will cause me to upgrade to Windows 7 regardless of what version of Cubase I am on.
It's been a while since I wrote part one of this series on the basics of Cubase, so I figured it's about time I write a part 2.