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Chapter 12. Mixing MIDI

Chapter 12. Mixing MIDI

MIDI mixing in Cubase is about as close to audio mixing as two such different procedures can be. Steinberg went out of its way to copy the familiar look and feel of an audio mixer for its MIDI mixing setup. If you are comfortable with the audio mixer, you won't have much trouble getting up to speed with Cubase MIDI mixing. That said, there are differences between audio and MIDI mixing, and there are some real treasures buried in the MIDI mixer if you are willing to learn where they are. Knowing how to mix MIDI well will help your projects sound the best that they can.

In this chapter, you'll learn about the channel strips in the Cubase mixer that are used to mix MIDI tracks. You'll also learn about some of the MIDI plug-ins that you can use as send and insert effects. For more powerful MIDI mixing, you'll also learn how to use the MIDI mixer for continuous controller (CC) messages and how to save your mixed MIDI as new and distinct parts.


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