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How to record and create my own digital instrument, is there a simple way?

Recording audio for this kind of use is called sampling, and an instrument that can record and play samples is a called a sampler. There are software and hardware samplers. A sampler that cannot ...
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Cubase Elements 9 - 4/3 Time Signature

Following @Aaron's answer, if Cubase doesn't support such time signature, you can still find a workaround by manipulating the tempo. E.g. if you want to have the 5/4 section in 120 BPM (120 quarter ...
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Cubase Elements 9 - 4/3 Time Signature

4/3 is what is known as an "irrational" meter. According to the feature request Irrational Time Signature on the Steinberg forum website, Cubase is not able to handle it. However, the ...
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Is there any way to work simultaneously on the same DAW project remotely?

Steinberg have two 'remote' working solutions, VST Connect & the new VST Transit I haven't used either in my real workflow, but was involved in early betas of Connect, which at the time looked ...
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My USB microphone creates so much white noise in Fl Studio while recording vocals; why?

If your characterization of "white noise" is somewhat accurate, you are out of luck. You can get various bits of noise from unstable power supply and inverters for step-up DC/DC converters and ground ...
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Cubase Elements 9 - 4/3 Time Signature

Are you certain that you really mean 4/3 as the time signature you want? There’s no way that Cubase can handle this extremely rare, unusual and controversial time signature. It would imply that the ...
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How to record and create my own digital instrument, is there a simple way?

Wrapping up what I found out researching: There are lots of samplers out there, commercial, free, expensive, less expensive. The comments and answers regarding samplers helped me to find the right ...
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Is there any way to work simultaneously on the same DAW project remotely?

I think this is exactly what you're looking for: https://www.bandlab.com/ I've never used it myself, but from what I gather it's sort of like Google Docs, only it's a DAW. (Google DAW?)
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Asio4all: Simultaneous output on two devices possible?

No. Unfortunately Asio4All in cubase does not support using more than one device . Whichever device is switched on first gets control of the driver. ASIO officially does not support more device per ...
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How to convert to Audio a MIDI recording routed to E-Drum module in Cubase 11

I'm going to take a wild swing at this, based on guesswork. I think the root of your issue is that your kit is sampled in stereo, yet only has 4 stereo output buses, switchable to 8 mono. You are ...
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Big "saturation" after export on Cubase 8 Elements

I just fixed the problem. It was from the PC itself. A audio enhancer was installed on my sound card, I just had to deactivate it. If you encounter the same problem, check the EQ of your sound card, ...
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USB MIDI connection lost when restarting the keyboard

Your guess is true. In the Good Old Times™, when USB did not yet exist, MIDI ports were fixed hardware devices that stayed there even if the cable was unplugged. So the Windows MIDI API has no easy ...
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My USB microphone creates so much white noise in Fl Studio while recording vocals; why?

Maybe the "white noise" is fan noise from your computer? If so, putting some distance between computer and microphone and letting the microphone face away from the computer (a cardioid microphone ...
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Vocal Mixing Help

I think you are hearing is a vocoder. See if Cubase has a vocoder plug in. That should do the trick. Your cover sounds great by the way.
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Scoring for the Trumpet Part of a Larger Work

While some cue notes are useful, as suggested by commenters, they require advanced type setting (smaller notes and transposition, possibly also a different clef). Actually the standard solution is, ...
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No sound when playing mp3/midi from any device except Nord Piano

As far as I understood what you want to do, the workflow should be the following: Record MIDI (you have done it) Edit the MIDI recording, as needed Create an audio track in your DAW. Connect output ...
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Cubase: find and remove very short notes

One of the most powerful, yet least-used, features of Cubase is the Logical Editor. This is one of a myriad tasks it's very good at. Set up your input parameters as - Type is Note. Add a new line with ...
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Mapping pads to broken guitar chords with velocity sensitivity for live performance

It's not totally clear to me what sound you want, but there are software samplers such as Kontakt, Directwave, FL Studio's FPC, and more, which let you assign every note/pad AND every velocity to a ...
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Record two voices not at the same time

Ah, the wonderful world of cueing ;) There is no automatic way to achieve this. If you are working to video, you can use time sheets & specific scene cues. If you are doing audio only, you need ...
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Voice recording fading on the attack

As @Tetsujin already mentioned in the comments, there are many possibilities what could cause the problem. If the input level looks constant on both your pre-amp and in cubase, you can try to ...
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Have no MIDI monitoring while playing MIDI Controller or OnScreen Keyboard - Cubase 10.5 Artist

If all the inputs are set up correctly, I guess we need to look at the outputs. Is the 'audio' channel for the VST instrument assigned to the Stereo Out bus? Is the Stereo Out bus assigned to a ...
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How do I route VST audio through effects/amp simulator in Cubase?

If I understood correctly, Shreddage II is a VST instrument and Peavey Revalver is an effect. In that case, you need to create a track that has Shreddage II as an instrument, and add Peavey Revalver ...
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Where to see the dbfs before recording an audio in cubase

Sadly I don't get your question exactly... However, the reason why anyone would say you should record at -6dB's is just because you don't want any clipping of your audio signal. I do a lot of ...
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VSTI plugin to combine different plugins

Create a MIDI track instead of an instrument track to hold the MIDI notes. Create multiple instrument tracks for all the instruments. Use the “Sends” section on the MIDI track to send the one set of ...
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VSTI plugin to combine different plugins

In most instrument VST's like Kontakt, you can choose the input/output of the VST. If you just open multiple instruments and route them to the same midi channel, every change you'll do in this midi ...
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Key Command (shortcut) to automatically transpose notes in Nuendo or Cubase

The thing about Cubase is it has a 1,300 page manual. The other thing is that, until you've read that manual at least 3 times, you're going to struggle. All documentation is available via the Help ...
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Send user recordings from digital piano to PC

A MIDI cable is usable only for sending MIDI messages in real time. The manual does not mention any setting that would enable sending messages when playing a stored song. To be able to access the ...
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Singing, Reording, Mixing, Mastering

The difference in quality depends on a few factors, of which you listed the major ones: microphone, interface and processing unit (sound card in this case). Using a 3.5mm mic-in or line-in means the ...
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Singing, Reording, Mixing, Mastering

USB microphones have a built-in sound card. Sound cards that may be installed in your computer will not be used for the recording and will therefore not affect its quality. If you noticed an audible ...
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USB MIDI connection lost when restarting the keyboard

This is standard behaviour in music applications. You can't 'hotplug' a USB device. Have everything connected and powered up before starting the program. Don't be surprised if a USB device loses ...
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