cubase

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by explosionsinthesky, Oct 6, 2006.

  1. is cubase considered more of a mixer or preamp, and if a pre amp, do you do the mixing within the program or does it require an internal mixer
     
  2. external mixer*
     
  3. WOWOWOWOW mkay, I MEANT the FIREPOD and running the firepod into cubase

    ~*IM A WRECKLOL*~
     
  4. CombatWombat

    CombatWombat Active Member

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  5. CombatWombat

    CombatWombat Active Member

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    Ok, that makes a little more sense. The firepod is an interface with 8 preamps. If you're planning on mixing in the box with Cubase, you have little to no need for an external mixer.
     
  6. ahhh thanks man. thats what i figured but wasnt sure is cubase good for mixing?
     
  7. dementedchord

    dementedchord Well-Known Member

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    just recently upgraded to C4 and yes it's good for mixing...lol
     
  8. It's got a nice mixer view (you can use up to 3 mixer views in SX and it looks/feels better than most other daws I've seen) and is easy to use, fx processing/eqing is easy, the only thing lacking a bit is busing/grouping channels, it's doable but not as flexible as some other daws.

    I use SX3, will probably upgrade to CUbase 4 when they've had a couple of revisions (I never get in any new software until they've had a couple of bugfix patches at least)
     

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