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Sonic Academy Tutorial: How to Make Dubstep in Cubase

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Sonic Academy announced the next release in the video tutorial series, How to Make Dubstep in Cubase.

With this tutorial, you will learn how to create sub bass coupled with morphing distorted synth patterns in this step-by-step course.

Sonic Academy tutor Bryan Spence takes you through step-by-step how to glitch and chop between basslines, synth parts, vocal stabs and drum crashes to get you on your way to creating dubstep rhythm.

You can watch the introduction here: www.sonicacademy.com/Producer/Course/?contentId=2965

This course comes in a bundle of 22 videos and is covered using Steinberg’s Cubase 5 DAW.

VIDEO OVERVIEW:
•    Introduction
•    Lesson 1 – Drum Setup
•    Lesson 2 – Drum Programming
•    Lesson 3 – Creating a Drum Loop
•    Lesson 4 – Compression and EQ
•    Lesson 5 – Drum Group and EQ
•    Lesson 6 – New York Compression
•    Lesson 7 – Distorted Bass
•    Lesson 8 – Sequencing the Bass
•    Lesson 9 – Sequencing the Bass 2
•    Lesson 10 – Phasing Bass
•    Lesson 11 – Panning the Phase Bass
•    Lesson 12 – Sub Bass
•    Lesson 13 – Falling Bass
•    Lesson 14 – Creating a Bass Group
•    Lesson 15 – Alternative Drum Pattern
•    Lesson 16 – Whomp Bass
•    Lesson 17 – Creating A Synth Sound
•    Lesson 18 – Adding Strings
•    Lesson 19 – Glitching Your Drums
•    Lesson 20 – Sylenth Riser
•    Lesson 21 – Arranging Part 1
•    Lesson 22 – Arranging Part 2

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You can subscribe to Sonic Academy for £29.99 / $44.99 a quarter or £99.99 / $159.99 for a full year.

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