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ASKVideo Interactive Media, creators of the SX ED tutorial on previous versions of Steinberg's Cubase, are now shipping the first in a new series of interactive tutorial DVDs for Cubase SX 3.
The ASKVideo Cubase SX3 Level 1 DVD is designed to get novice and first time Cubase users up and running quickly through a series of information packed videos. Host JoAnn Mailloux guides users through an easy to use interface and introduces each video, a personal touch not seen in other tutorial videos.
The DVD features 28 videos covering topics ranging from set-up information on Audio & MIDI, New Projects, VST Connections, and Customizing the Project Page to more in-use subjects such as Tools, Tracks and Transport, Recording Audio, Looping, Audio and MIDI Editing, Play Order Tracks, and The Mixer. Once the user is acquainted with the basic aspects of Cubase SX 3, the DVD provides videos on getting the most from the program using Key Commands and Macros,Important Preferences, Workspaces, and Managing Audio.
The cross-platform Mac and PC compatible DVD is also for users of Cubase SX 1 or 2, Cubase SL 1 or 2, Cubase SE and Nuendo 1 or 2 who wish to take their knowledge to a deeper level. The easy to navigate interface arranged by topic make the Cubase SX 3 DVD Tutorial a great reference for future use.
For more information, visit their web site at www.askvideo.com