Cubase 7 New Features Video Tutorials – Chapter 6 – Match that sound

All about Voxengo’s CurveEQ, which is part of Cubase 7.


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  1. E’ un software per analizzare gli spettri audio, ma scaricandolo dal sito (programma freeware), viene scaricata una cartella zip con dentro oltre alle varie guide, un file .dll…come si fa a installarlo? ok che non vado molto d’accordo con i pc, ma senza il file .exe penso che molti ci avranno litigato

  2. please how to adding more channels in Voxengo Curve EQ ? only show one stereo channel and I can’t find where I configure it in cubase 7 because I would like adding more channels to using in realtime with a second source!! :(

  3. Thanks for that, Steinberg kinda messed the tutorial up, notice the edit in the video lol.
    Now I get it!! and it works!

  4. There is one step missing in the match curve process. You need to clear the average before you “take” the second average. I did this by setting the average to RT average again then back to avg. If you don’t you are averaging the two before you click the match spectrums. When I did this it was way more accurate and pronounced.

  5. Spiego meglio: Come si può modificare (se si può) il movimento che il personaggio adotta quando attacca in un gioco? Per esempio in Fable : The Lost Chapters per pc ?

    Chi saprà aiutarmi 10 punti =)
    Grazie a tutti già da adesso.
    Mi è venuta questa idea all’improvviso :D Spero che qualcuno mi possa aiutare.. anche soltanto mandandomi a un video tutorial… Vorrei mettere come mosse d’attacco quelle del Tps Online S4 League <.<

  6. Salve a tutti.
    Ho “Fable – The Lost Chapters” per pc…dopo avere installato sia il gioco che la crack non parte, perchè?
    Ho provato diverse crack … ma niente appena lo avvio si oscura il monitor come se stesse partendo ma poi ritorna sul desktop.
    Sapete aiutarmi?
    Grazie e ciao
    Scrivo qui perchè non riesco a scrivere sotto alla persona che mi ha gentilmente risposto … il gioco l’ho installato più volte e da sempre lo stesso problema per quanto riguarda i requisiti sono ben più superiori a quelli richiesti.

  7. Se ci sono errori gravi o frasi scritte in modo sbagliato, grazie.

    The poetry, before the First World War, was characterized by a deep distinction between the avant-garde groups and those poets that were still influenced by the Victorian Romantic tradition. The new generation of young poets, the so-called “War Poets”, dealt with the horrors of the Great War.
    James Joyce was born in Dublin in 1882. He studied French, Italian and German languages and literatures, and graduated in modern languages in 1902. His interest was for a broader European culture. He agreed with those political and literary movements which had as their objective the freeing of Ireland from English dominance. Joyce established himself in Paris and, when he came back in Dublin, he fell in love with Nora Barnacle. In October 1904 Joyce and Nora moved to Trieste, where he made friends with Italo Svevo. The years in Trieste were difficult, filled with financial problems; in this situation he published his first work, “Chamber Music”. Then he published “Dubliners”, a collection of short stories about Dublin and Dublin’s life, in 1914. “Dubliners” and his semi-autobiographical novel “A portrait” had established him as a writer, but he still had financial difficulties. In 1917 Joyce’s economic problems were alleviate from several anonymous donations which enabled him to continue writing “Ulysses”, published in Paris in 1922. Joyce moved to Switzerland because of Hitler’s advances in Europe. Here he died in January 1941. “Dubliners” consists of fifteen short stories; they show human situations, moments of intensity and lead to a moral, social and spiritual revelation, but they all lack obvious actions. The stories are arranged into four groups: Childhood, Adolescence, Mature Life and Public Life. “The Dead” is the last story; it represents the summary and climax of “Dubliners”; it can be considered Joyce’s first masterpiece. Joyce’s effort was to give a realistic portrait of the life of ordinary people doing ordinary things and living their ordinary lives, so he succeeded in representing the whole of man’s mental, emotional and biological reality fusing it with the cultural heritage of modern civilization. Joyce’s stories and novels open “in medias res” with the analysis of a particular moment; so the facts become confused, they are always explored from different points of view simultaneously, and are presented as “clues” and not through the voice of an omniscient narrator. Time is leading to psychological change, so the description of Dublin is not derived from external reality, but from the characters’ mind. The stories of “Dubliners” are told through the use of the free direct speech and the epiphany. The key of each story is often the epiphany. In fact, the use of realism is mixed with symbolism, since external details generally have a deeper meaning, such as the epiphany: it is a gesture, and external object used to lead the character to a sudden self-realization about his incapacity to realize himself. Another theme of “Dubliners” is paralysis; Joyce wrote: “My intention was to write a chapter of the moral history of my country and I chose Dublin for the scene because that city seemed to me the centre of paralysis.” The paralysis of Dublin is both physical (resulting from external forces) and moral (linked to religion, politics and culture). The moral centre of Dublin is not paralysis alone, but also the failure to find a way out of “paralysis”. The opposite of paralysis is “escape” and its consequent failure; it originates from an impulse caused by a sense of enclosure that many characters experience, but none of them succeeds.

  8. Qnd metteranno in rete gli ultimi 2 episodi del chapter elysion subbati in italiano? su youtube ho visto ke ci sono già in spagnolo… e in italiano qnd usciranno????

  9. ragazzi è urgente..mi servirebbe questa traduzione,se l’avete o sapete qualke sito ke la contiene datemelo.. grazie mille anticipatamente a tutti… Nathaniel Hawthorne The scarlet Letter Chapter XVIII A flood of sunshine…

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