Best Cubase Courses

Find the best online Cubase Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Cubase Courses.

Learn How to Make Electronic Music with Cubase

Learn How to Create an Electronic Track from A to Z - a Comprehensive Guide to Using Cubase for Your Productions!

Created by Max Porcelli - Steinberg Certified Trainer - 989 Records A&R - HGD Resident


Students: 4162, Price: $99.99

Students: 4162, Price:  Paid

Learn How to Make Electronic Music with Cubase PRO from A to Z.

Finally a comprehensive guide to using Steinberg Cubase DAW for your Electronic Music productions.

If you are looking for a complete electronic music production course, you are now in the right place!

Welcome to this course dedicated to Steinberg Cubase PRO, one of the most famous Digital Audio workstations used in the music production field.

During the course, we will create together a Classic House Song from scratch, which is the best way to learn all the main functions and operations in Cubase.

Now with English Subtitles!

So, why this course?

Online, you can find many Cubase tutorials explaining a particular function or a trick but none of them is a complete course from A to Z.

This is the reason why I’ve decided to create this course where you will be able to understand the Software from the beginning, explained with easy words, tutorials, tips and tricks, and practical examples.
This course is full of practice activities: you will be guided to create a song step by step to the final mix.

But There’s more!

Enrolling in this course you will be also entitled to download a Free One-Shot Samples Library with more than 300 Samples, specifically created for this video course students.

A checklist at the end of each section will certify your preparations regarding the last topic treated in that section. So you will be sure you can move prepared for the new section of the course.

Thanks to the big text annotations and big zooms, you can also follow the course even from a mobile device with a small display, like your phone or tablet, wherever you are.

Also, remember lifetime free access to the course and full 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee!

So let’s see together how this powerful audio software works.

Enroll today and Jumpstart Your Music Production Career with Cubase!

Mastering Cubase 9: The Beginners Bible Edition

First step to earn an income with Electronic Music Production using Cubase - Dj and Mixing Engineer's secret tool

Created by Federico Soler Fernández - Sound Engineer - Online Instructor/Educator


Students: 3270, Price: $89.99

Students: 3270, Price:  Paid

The Mastering Cubase 9 Series are
dedicated to one of the most popular and powerful DAWs available today.

Join me to learn EVERYTHING you need to get up and running fast, all the way to exporting your first song,
with these in-depth Cubase 9 video tutorials.

I’ll be first walking you through the installation, authorization and registration process moving into setting up your external audio hardware to work within Cubase. 

You’ll learn how to setup a project from scratch making sure all of Cubase configurations are ready to work.

You’ll also be able to compose music entirely using Cubase by learning all about the Media Bay and the Steinberg factory content that comes with the software and wich includes samples, loops and presets for you to kickstart your project.

Want to get going with Cubase 9? Watch Mastering Cubase 9: Beginners Bible Edition today!

Mix Your Own Tracks and Learn the Essentials of Cubase

Quickly learn by doing... with hands on training in audio editing and music mixing for the home studio engineer

Created by Will Edwards - Music Coach & Online Instructor


Students: 1238, Price: $59.99

Students: 1238, Price:  Paid

When your song is written and your tracks are recorded, do you want to hand it off to a stranger?  If you're like many artists, you want creative control until the recording is mixed and finished.  Suddenly, you're not a musician anymore - you're trying to understand EQ, multiband compressors, stereo widening and so on.  

Mixing your own tracks can be overwhelming and discouraging.  Often the manuals are hard to read and the explanations are mathematical, instead of musical.  Making a great mix requires 2 core skills - learning how and why to use EQ and Compression.  This course will explain how these powerful tools work and allow students to look over an engineer's shoulder as a raw collection of tracks is transformed into a cohesive and compelling final mix!

  • Mix and remix using downloadable projects and audio files (stems)
  • Keep it simple by focusing on EQ and Compression
  • Discover how when and why to use automation... in 2 modes

Make It About the Music.

All Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) contain an overwhelming collection of plugins and instruments, these days.  Which ones do you need?  Not only will this course help you create a shortlist of the most useful plugins, but you'll also get a headstart with downloadable presets for the plugins you need most.  This course is designed to make the processing of mixing your track feel more like music and less like engineering.  You'll learn how EQ and frequency spectrum monitoring work together to help you make the right musical choices for each track in your mix - visually.  Also, you'll learn what to listen for when using a compressor.  With these skills, you'll be able to stay focused on your music without having to compromise on a half-baked final mix.

Content and Overview:

This course has cherry-picked the best features from Cubase, including pitch-correction with VariAudio, reusable FX chains and automation.  You can get up and running with the most valuable mixing tools and benefit from watching them being used in a real world mixing situation.  Plus, you'll discover that Cubase offers more flexibility than many people realize.  Find out how to widen your stereo mix by creatively using FX channels to setup a powerful Mid-Side bus.  Then, watch as we apply different FX to different spatial elements in your mix!

In the first major section of the course, we'll cover the individual features and controls that you'll want to use for every mix you ever do.  You'll also develop a well-rounded understanding of topics related to Cubase (and all DAWs, really).  We'll cover everything from licensing and 64-bit plugins to master channel FX and optimizing your project for a better organized workflow.

The course continues with 2 sections about mixing drums and instruments.  Each instrument and drum will get its own dedicated lesson, so that you can see how they differ and how each instrument needs unique consideration in your mix.  The range of tracks in our multitrack collection offers a huge variety of challenges.  For example, you'll see how and why an 808 drum sometimes needs a longer attack, while the frequency rich content in an FM synth pad can be sculpted to play well with others.

  • Mixing individual HH, Snare, Kick and Percussion
  • Blending organic-sounding Fender Rhodes with a brash FM synth
  • Learn how to record a vocal, pitch-correct it and even create a 3-part harmony!

Rough Mix vs. Final Mix:

Professional mixing engineers often divide their workflow into 2 distinct phases: a rough mix and a final mix.  This course will teach you an optimized workflow, starting with simple fader mixing, then leveraging automation, panning and side-chain compression tricks to create a robust and professional rough mix.  Discover how mixing in mono can help diagnose mix flaws and even add creative edits - like automating a delay to create a stutter/echo effect on the last musical note of the outro.

Many dedicated musicians have created a decent rough mix - after weeks of struggle, dozens of web searches and thumbing through incomprehensible audio engineering books and manuals.  But, the professionals have some tricks up their sleeve that usually make the audible difference between a home studio mix and a pro "final" mix.  In the last mixing section of this course, students will walkthrough setting up Mid-Side processing using Cubase's built-in audio routing features.  Students will also get a chance to see how and why a multiband compressor can be used to elevate and enrich any mix (although it is best applied to a completed "rough" mix).  Finally, we'll cover export options and important considerations for preparing your final mix file for hand-off to a mastering engineer.

  • Maintain creative control over your music
  • Learn the ART of mixing, not just the science
  • Develop good habits, understand the pitfalls
  • Use hotkeys and optimize workflow
  • Get the most out of your computer with CPU optimization tips

Creating Awesome Music with Cubase – Using Composition Tools

If you can hear it in your head, you can produce it (even if you don't know music theory and can't play an instrument!)

Created by Doruk Somunkiran - Steinberg Certified Cubase Trainer


Students: 642, Price: $59.99

Students: 642, Price:  Paid


This course is specifically designed for people who have a musical idea and want to turn it into a finished song using a computer based music production system, or digital audio workstation (DAW). You may be a hobby musician looking to write your first song, or a professional who wants to look for a different and creative way to create new songs. You may be a rap artist, music producer or DJ who wants to explore new methods of creating your own original material.

The most common challenge people face when trying to create new music is that they can hear the music inside their head, but they don't know how to get it out there. Technology today has reached a point where this is now possible, even if you don't know anything about music theory and technology.

Cubase is equipped with extremely powerful tools that help musicians create new music, and in this course I’m going to show you how to take your musical ideas and turn them into finished songs using these tools. I’m going to guide you through every step of the process.

There is no magic, mystery or sci-fi level artificial intelligence at work here. You'll be using YOUR talent and creativity, make YOUR choices to create YOUR unique song. You'll just be getting some super quality assistance and suggestions from software. Think of it as a songwriting partner that knows a lot about music.

Please note that this is not a course that claims to teach songwriting from A to Z, or teach Cubase from A to Z (and beware of courses that promise that!). In this course we’re going to focus on your project. We’re going to focus on the step by step process of how to turn your musical ideas into finished songs.

So what do you need in order to get the most out of this course? Do you need fancy equipment? Acoustic treatment? A degree in music theory? You don’t need any of that. While I totally encourage you to learn all you can about music, that should not stop you from starting to create awesome music NOW. This is what this course is for.

You just need a fairly new computer with a properly installed and running version of Cubase 8, 9 or 10, Artist or Pro. An audio interface to hear what you're doing (your computer's built-in sound card is fine), speakers or headphones. That’s all you need. A MIDI keyboard adds immensely to the fun, but it's by no means essential.

As for not needing a music degree, I’ll show you how to polish your musical ideas and turn them into professional grade material. I’ll show you how to write great chords and chord progressions using Cubase’s chord assistant and chord pads, and how to come up with great melodies when you get stuck.

I’ll also show you how to build a great arrangement to give your song that extra hook to keep your audience coming back.

Each section of the course will show you how to complete a fundamental part of your song. Just do it and send it over to me for a personal review. I’d love to give you feedback on your work.

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to take a rough musical idea that only you can hear inside your head and turn it into a finished song to share with the world. So what are you waiting for? Let’s start making music!

Cubase Crash Course For Busy Producers

Become a master at using Cubase in no time | Understand music production

Created by Music Producer - Music Producer, Audio Engineer


Students: 423, Price: $59.99

Students: 423, Price:  Paid

Want to produce professional quality music and audio using Steinberg Cubase ?

A complete series that takes you step by step through Cubase Pro from a commercial recording studio. This complete production course teaches you the basics of audio production in Cubase Professional from basic setup all the way through advanced mixing techniques.

From Cubase to CuPro: Instruments

Become a master of the Instruments and MIDI!

Created by Tom Levin - Sound Engineer


Students: 382, Price: $34.99

Students: 382, Price:  Paid

Music. A beautiful form of art that many know to make, but only a few can MASTER.

I want to help you get to your next level of becoming a professional producer, with one of the most popular DAW's in the world: Steinberg's Cubase.

These days it doesn't take more than a computer to create the next hit, and the way to get there is not easy. I developed a guide that will help you get from a complete beginner to a complete professional in several hours.

So how will this course help you:

  • Learn the very basics and truly understand all the parameters, all the way to advanced techniques.

  • Write a song together from the beginning and going through all the steps.

  • Know shortcuts, troubleshooting, fast work with an emphasis on workflow.

  • Stop wasting time on useless videos and courses and learn what you REALLY NEED!

  • Learn all the easiest ways to compose fast, organized and efficient.

  • Become comfortable with Cubase and the usage of its parameters.

  • Free instruments, Drum maps, MIDI files, Kontakt Libraries and more

This course will focus on Instruments and MIDI:

  • Writing, installing and editing

  • Using all the different methods to write faster

  • Use any type of instrument with an ease

  • Additional guides and assistance with other important fields of knowledge.

So, what are you waiting for? Let's begin!

Music Production 101 : Easy Mixing with Cubase for beginners

Learn how to easily mix your music and get professional results quickly! (We will make use of Waves and Izotope plugins)

Created by LearningWhilePracticing LWP - We aim to teach in a fun and useful way!


Students: 193, Price: $89.99

Students: 193, Price:  Paid

Are you new to music production ? Are you frustrated that your compositions are not sounding the way you thought they would ? Then this is the right course for YOU!

As a fellow artist I can understand how difficult it is when you get in the world of music production for the very first time. This is why I have decided to create this course which is the perfect roadmap for every artist who wants to get in the world of music production.

LWP takes you through a simple step by step approach, in order to get you familiarized with the world of music production.

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to easily create your first mix with Cubase Elements, along with professional Waves and Izotope plugins.

The sections are divided according to the following skills which we will see together:

  • Project Configuration

  • MIDI tracks

  • Mixing

  • Noise Reduction

  • Static EQ

  • Panning

  • De-Essing

  • Compression

  • Reverb

  • Automation

  • Autotune

At the end of this tutorial you will be able to create and export your mixes! What's great about this course is that no prior knowledge of audio mixing is required!

All the required exercise files can be downloaded in the first section, thus allowing the student to follow a step by step approach.

Once you understand the concepts of mixing, you will be able to send you processed audio track to mastering where you will see all the efforts that you've put in your work, come to its real and powerful value!

Learn Cubasis – Integrating Music Apps in a Cubase Workflow

Discover Cubasis' features, FX and workflow using automation, audiobus and the Cubasis Project Importer to your desktop

Created by Will Edwards - Music Coach & Online Instructor


Students: 118, Price: $59.99

Students: 118, Price:  Paid

When a mobile recording option becomes necessary - for recording a local gig, podcasts, weddings, services, meetings or just about any event with more than 1 audio source - Cubasis probably offers the most professional features.

In this course, Will teaches the features of the iOS app AND the most common related topics, so that you can get up and running with tablet recording as though you’ve been doing it for a long time :) Will’s professional recording experience with Cubase combined with his live performance experience using an iPad, Audiobus, FX apps and Cubasis makes this course a one-stop-shop for valuable Cubasis training.

These days, there are opportunities to take your recording setup out on the town (so to speak). Perhaps you’d want to record a local open mic or gig for your band. Cubasis is a reliable, powerful and flexible piece of professional software that won’t crash and make your life a nightmare! You can record multitrack or use it to mix multiple audio sources down to a final stream (for use in a worship service, wedding or conference event).

Learn how to get professional recordings anywhere

  • Arm yourself with common audio FX (like EQ and compression) for better results

  • Learn how to use Audiobus, Audio Units and Inter-App Audio to connect multiple apps on your iPad together during recording

  • See hands on demos for every plugin in Cubasis, so you know what you’re buying

  • Learn what to look for when you buy an audio interface for your iPad

Contents and Overview

After a brief introduction where you’ll learn about the benefits and and limitations of Cubasis for iPad, you’ll get a thorough overview of all the features that you’ll be using, including:

  • Time-stretching/Retiming Audio

  • Transposing/Pitch-Shifting

  • Quantizing

  • MIDI and Sample editing

Next you’ll examine the possibilities with Audiobus - an innovative, industry-standard app - for connecting gear, recording MIDI and audio and mixing live streams. We’ll go over the Audiobus mixer, MIDI busses, Audio busses, using virtual instruments and connecting external gear.

When you’re learning new software, it helps to get advise on what to practice - and HOW…. At the end of every section, you’ll get a chance to practice what you’ve learned by completing a practice project. Each practice project is carefully designed and outlined so that its easy to follow and helpful.

Since many Cubasis features rely on the iPad’s touch screen, the automation tools with in Cubasis are especially intuitive to use. So, this course contains an entire section of lessons dedicated to automation - with lots of hands on examples and even tips for managing CC across multiple instrument and FX apps, using Cubasis.

By the end of this course, you’ll understand what Cubasis offers the Cubase producer and how to integrate it with powerful music apps.

Cubase Rapid Music Production

Use MediaBay, Groove Agent, Chord Tracks, Arranger Tracks and Sampler Tracks to compose, edit and arrange modern tracks.

Created by Will Edwards - Music Coach & Online Instructor


Students: 101, Price: $89.99

Students: 101, Price:  Paid

This course is for beginners and intermediate home-engineers and producers who want to develop an extended skill set with Cubase.  Specifically, this course includes training for:

  • MediaBay

  • Groove Agent SE

  • Chord Track

  • Arranger Track

  • Sampler Track

This course will show you exactly how to use the features in a practical way in your Cubase productions.  Learning to use these features will speed up your workflow, make your productions more professional and allow you to get a lot more creative in the studio.

If you've upgraded Cubase (or you're a new user) and you've never learned to use these tools because they might appear confusing or unhelpful, then you are going to undoubtedly benefit from the lessons in this course!  Get to know these tools and you'll never go back :)

Organize Cubase with MediaBay

MediaBay is one of the first tools that Cubase users overlook.  But, here's a few of the reasons why everyone (no matter what styles of music you're making) should learn to set it up and use it correctly:

  1. First, MediaBay brings everything under one roof.  You may be looking for a sample and happen across a loop that you didn't know you had (or forgot :).  Since MediaBay can track enormous amounts of different kinds of content, it is one of the best available tools for your file management... and it comes built-in - for FREE!

  2. Next, MediaBay encourages producers to get organized.  In this course I'll offer some tips for tagging and organizing your loops, samples and presets in bulk using the attribute inspector (a tool which doesn't even show up by default).  How much time it takes to organize your content will be different for each student (depending on their library).  Nonetheless, getting organized will help EVERY producer stay creative.

  3. The MediaBay not only keeps you organized, it can play back loops in the context of your project... before you even drag it in!  This means you can listen to thousands of options IN CONTEXT before you decide to add it to your project.  It will follow the tempo, key and even start and stop with the main transport.

Demystify Groove Agent... FINALLY!

I've encountered many producers who let Groove Agent SE sit in their VST collection for ages without really using it.  For some, it is because they don't need a drum machine (however, it is also a pretty powerful sampler!).  For others, it is because they don't "get" it - I'll be the first to admit the user interface obscures the incredible power and flexibility of Groove Agent.  Here are a few of the things you'll probably start doing once you've taken this course:

  1. Have you ever wanted to compose an original drum track that sounds and feels like a human being actually played it?  Of course you have - we ALL have.  Groove Agent can do that easily... once you know how to use it.  It's actually pretty easy and there are so many styles and kit choices to mix and match that (with the help of the attribute search) you'll find something for any project.

  2. Are you a sampling fiend and you frustrated that the Sampler Track won't permit layered sampling?  Well, Groove Agent SE does!  Furthermore, you can just migrate any Sampler Track (envelopes and all) to a pad in Groove Agent with the click of your mouse!

  3. Do you like the "idea" of a drum machine, but find it too fiddly to record the parts and get them into your project?  Well, Groove Agents patterns can just be dragged into your project - right from Groove Agent.  You don't have to route MIDI and hit record (although you can if you want :).

  4. Do you wish you could freshen up your beats with fills and different types of complexity without having to manually tweak MIDI clips for days on end?  Me too!  That is why I use Groove Agent SE's Auto-Fill and Auto-Complexity modes to ensure that my drum parts sound and feel like they were actually played live.  I can have my drum part finished (from scratch) in just a few minutes - human, well-mixed, professionally sampled - I'll show you how to do this and more...

Up Your Game & Write Better Chord Progressions...

The Chord Track has been around for a while, but it is under-recognized as a tool for every producer to be using!  Not only will the Chord Track refine your harmonic skills, but it will allow you to work more flexibly with your MIDI - even reharmonizing MIDI that you've already recorded!  Here are some of the highlights from the Chord Track lessons in this course:

  1. For producers who need some help generating ideas for harmony and chord progressions, the Chord Assistant feature comes to the rescue.  I'll show you how to identify complete chord progressions as well as finding chords that work well with the chord before/after any specific chord in your progression.  You can use the Chord Assistant to explore different options based on "musical proximity" and make writing chords fun!

  2. Discover the Live Transform feature which enables you to play a pattern on your MIDI keyboard that the Chord Track will "transform" in real time to match the chords in your chord progression.  This is the best of both worlds - play the chords you want, even if you aren't a piano player (or your using a non-keyboard MIDI controller).

  3. Did you know that you can extract chords from an existing MIDI part and create a Chord Track automatically?  This only takes a few clicks to turn a MIDI recording into a Chord Track.  We'll go over this step-by-step with a MIDI clip from Amazing Grace.  You'll see how easy it is and then you'll start wondering why this isn't bigger news :)

  4. One of the most valuable tricks in the Chord Track section is all about conforming MIDI parts (that are already recorded - like MIDI loops in MediaBay).  With a few clicks, you can transform the MIDI to follow your chord track while keeping the original MIDI part's timing and performance nuances. Imagine that you record a piano player as MIDI.  Then, a week later you decide to change one of the chords they played... Yep, that's actually easier than you might think...

Arrange, Re-Arrange, Repeat

This course includes a full guide to the Arranger Track - a paradigm-shifting approach to composing.  This tool allows us to craft song sections (verse, chorus, drop, breakdown, etc.) and then tell Cubase how to plug them all together into a final production.  The implications of this tool are massive and include the following scenarios:

  1. Many producers have musical ideas that they want to use over and over.  This workflow meant copying and pasting... until now.  Some of the real-world uses for the non-linear compositional approach include:

    1. Transition FX

    2. Automation Snippets

    3. Chord Progressions

    4. Multi-part MIDI Harmonies

  2. If you're a fan of Ableton Live's session view and scenes for live performance, then you should check out the Arranger Track which can operate live to play arrangement sections (exactly like Ableton Scenes).  You can even bind them to keyboard commands and trigger your multitrack Cubase arrangement remotely on stage.

  3. Not sure what the perfect arrangement of you track would be?  How many choruses should we have?  What will this bridge sound like in different keys?  With the Arranger Track, you simply build your section and "Flatten" out as many projects as your heart desires.  This is a powerful ally in the search for the perfect arrangement!

Sampling Made Simple and Playable

Cubase includes a dedicated track type that runs a simple, but powerful sampler - including loop modes, crossfades, pitch/filter/amp envelopes and much more.  Sometimes you don't have the instrument you want... now you can make it on your own.  Some highlights from the Sampler Track section include:

  1. If you're a fan of Ableton's Simpler, then you'll recognize how all the features of the Sampler Track work.  It is easy enough for newbies to use, but powerful enough to make great sampled instruments.  We'll talk about instrument design, use cases for envelopes and filtering.

  2. Want to learn sampling?  That is a great idea - Cubase contains a very broad collection of Sampler Track presets that you can pick apart, analyze and learn from.  It's like going to school for sampling (if you're into that sort of thing :).

  3. While the sampling tools are powerful, the ability to treat a Sampler Track as an Instrument Track - like having a mixer fader, channel strip, inserts and sends - makes the Sampler Track intuitive.  If sampling isn't your thing, then simply load up one of the awesome presets and just use it like you would a Halion Sonic patch :). There's very little investment, but also an awesome return.  Have fun!

More Than a Walkthrough

While many courses focus on feature walkthroughs of software, this course concludes with not 1, but 3 case studies.  Each case study builds a full track (rhythm, harmony, FX and mixing) in one of 3 specific (and totally unrelated) genres: Jazz, EDM and Rock.  I've used Cubase for more than 15 years in both professional and personal projects I share my process and tips in these unique case studies to help you apply what you've learned in the first several sections of the course.

From searching MediaBay to Maximizing your finished track, each case study comes with 2 projects:

  • An arranger project - containing all the tracks and the arranger sections that we build throughout the case study.

  • A final stems project - containing the version of the arranger track that we "flattened".

Of course, you're always free to open the arranger project for each case study, make tweaks and "flatten" out your own original take.  

Helpful Quizzes & Assignments

Many sections contain both a quiz and an assignment designed to help every student consolidate what they learn and provide a way to apply that knowledge in Cubase using the tools that we discuss throughout the course.  There is a lot of overlap - so as the course moves along, so does the complexity of our creative work.  For example, we'll use the Sampler Track in our Jazz case study, while we incorporate arpeggiators to enhance our EDM track. The use of Beat Designer in conjunction with Groove Agent is another great example of how we explore features in Cubase that are practical and actionable.  The quiz will test your knowledge, while the assignments will get you applying what you've learned in a real-world context.

If you suspect that Cubase offers more than you know... you're probably right :). Cubase is a very deep DAW with powerful features that pros (like Hans Zimmer, Zedd, Paul McCartney, Kraftwerk, Glitch Mob, Meshuggah, New Order and Tiesto) use every day to produce.  This course will expand your knowledge of these features and inspire you to get creative.  I look forward to seeing you in the course!

Mixing Awesome Music with Cubase

Be proud of your mixes.

Created by Doruk Somunkiran - Steinberg Certified Cubase Trainer


Students: 56, Price: $29.99

Students: 56, Price:  Paid

Learn how to make awesome mixes in Cubase, using only stock plug-ins. Understand when, why and how mixing tools are used and apply them perfectly to your music. Learn how to analyze your projects to identify and solve mixing problems. Create your own unique approach to achieve perfect mixes every time.

In this course, you will understand the basic science behind mixing (they don't call them "Mixing Engineers" for nothing, you know!), then you will analyze the artistic aspect of mixing to see how it integrates to the music creation process. You will develop a broad perspective which you will then apply authoritatively to your own projects.

Don't waste your time on courses that teach mixing in Ableton, Logic or other software. You'll have to go searching "but how do I do this in Cubase?" every minute. This course is designed specifically for Cubase users so there's no confusion and no searching.

For the practice section of this course, you can either use your own projects or download the tracks that I'll be using, and follow along. It's a song that I wrote and produced exclusively for this course, and goes from trap to rock in a matter of minutes, to cover a variety of scenarios. The skills you will acquire in this course are not specific to any genre.

Learn from a Steinberg Certified Cubase Trainer. I have mixed music for every conceivable media, from feature films to singing baby toys and everything in between. I have been teaching music technology for 20 years. I'll be happy to answer your questions and to give you unbiased feedback on your songs/mixes.

Enroll now to give your productions the awesome mixes that they deserve!