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Fast Guide to Cubase Vst Paperback – May 1, 2001
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"Excellent... well written, packed with practical tips" -- Personal Computer World --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Simon Millward is a music software specialist. He has a Master of Science degree in Music Technology from the University of York, UK. Originally trained as a musician and subsequently as a sound engineer, his interest in software sequencers and virtual studio instruments has established him as one of the UK's foremost Cubase experts.
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Don't buy this if you are really interested in Score (as I am), it is suprememly lacking in this regard and you will feel ripped. It would have been nice to see features such as how to copy from arrangement to arrangement without losing your staff settings, and how to manage your score displays more efficiently.
I would like to see an edition for 4.x with heavy on the score please, Simon has created a lot of hype, and the VST pdf manual works almost as well. He does a favor with his reviews of audio, but always slanted toward PC's, good for PC users.
All in all, a well laid out book, which I keep constantly by the side of the monitor (just in case).
This is a reasonable stab at it but it is the FAST guide and as such does not cover every single function and aspect of the program.
It is quite good for audio and explains the concepts and practicalities well. It is not so good for the MIDI side - you would want to look elsewhere for this.
It is definately worth buying just so you can learn about your favourite app away from your PC.