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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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Recording MIDI Using a VST Instrument

Take a moment to play around with your VST instrument by striking keys on your MIDI keyboard. If you are not happy with the sound, go ahead and change it in your VST instrument. (If you need help with this, refer to your VST instrument’s manual, or open Cubase’s Help menu a Documentation, Plug-in Reference). Remember that you’re getting ready to record MIDI, not audio. This means that if you decide you don’t like this sound later on, you will be able to change it. When you’ve found a sound you’re happy with (at least for now), read on.

Note

If you notice a delay between the time you strike a key and the time you hear a sound from your VST instrument, you may be experiencing either a slow attack from your ...

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