Muska & Lipman Publishing Releases Creative Projects with Cubase VST

Fun, Artistic Exercises Teach Commercial Musicians How to

Make Great Music Using Cubase



Mar 21, 2002, 00:00 ET from Muska & Lipman Publishing

    CINCINNATI, March 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Hollywood's secret weapon:  the film
 score.  It can make us laugh, cry or cheer, and nothing pulls us into onscreen
 action like the sweeping orchestral strains of a great soundtrack.  In turn,
 modern film composers have their own secret weapon of choice for creating
 scores, and it doesn't require a studio full of expensive instruments or
 access to an orchestra pit. The music that millions of moviegoers experienced
 in such recent blockbusters as Pearl Harbor, Swordfish, Shrek and Gladiator
 was created using little more than the composer's creativity and Steinberg's
 wildly popular audio software package, Cubase.
     And while it's true that any burgeoning commercial musician has the same
 access to this tool as the most successful of film composers, harnessing the
 power that Cubase offers requires some knowledgeable guidance.  Creative
 Projects with Cubase VST, written by Keith Gemmell and published by Muska &
 Lipman Publishing, provides help for those who want their Cubase education to
 include some fun, hands-on activities ($24.95, available wherever books are
 sold or online at www.muskalipman.com ).
     Having already provided Cubase users with a great "how to" book -- the
 popular Cubase Power! -- Muska & Lipman Publishing is back to fill out
 readers' understanding of Cubase with a book that takes a unique "what to do"
 approach to the application.  The goals of Creative Projects with Cubase VST
 is to foster the Cubase user's creativity and help build effective song
 composition and production skills, as well as provide valuable insight into
 getting musical ideas in the first place.  The author's informal writing style
 sets the tone for a friendly learning experience.
     The essence of Creative Projects with Cubase VST is a series of practical
 projects that teach composition through example.  Aimed at musicians and
 students interested in writing for markets such as performance, computer
 games, TV soundtracks, advertising jingles and multimedia presentations, this
 book teaches a complete variety of styles and composition techniques.
 Step-by-step examples provide opportunities for readers to compose, develop,
 record and mix ideas into a satisfying whole.
     For more information and a complete listing of Muska & Lipman titles,
 please visit www.muskalipman.com .
 
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    CINCINNATI, March 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Hollywood's secret weapon:  the film
 score.  It can make us laugh, cry or cheer, and nothing pulls us into onscreen
 action like the sweeping orchestral strains of a great soundtrack.  In turn,
 modern film composers have their own secret weapon of choice for creating
 scores, and it doesn't require a studio full of expensive instruments or
 access to an orchestra pit. The music that millions of moviegoers experienced
 in such recent blockbusters as Pearl Harbor, Swordfish, Shrek and Gladiator
 was created using little more than the composer's creativity and Steinberg's
 wildly popular audio software package, Cubase.
     And while it's true that any burgeoning commercial musician has the same
 access to this tool as the most successful of film composers, harnessing the
 power that Cubase offers requires some knowledgeable guidance.  Creative
 Projects with Cubase VST, written by Keith Gemmell and published by Muska &
 Lipman Publishing, provides help for those who want their Cubase education to
 include some fun, hands-on activities ($24.95, available wherever books are
 sold or online at www.muskalipman.com ).
     Having already provided Cubase users with a great "how to" book -- the
 popular Cubase Power! -- Muska & Lipman Publishing is back to fill out
 readers' understanding of Cubase with a book that takes a unique "what to do"
 approach to the application.  The goals of Creative Projects with Cubase VST
 is to foster the Cubase user's creativity and help build effective song
 composition and production skills, as well as provide valuable insight into
 getting musical ideas in the first place.  The author's informal writing style
 sets the tone for a friendly learning experience.
     The essence of Creative Projects with Cubase VST is a series of practical
 projects that teach composition through example.  Aimed at musicians and
 students interested in writing for markets such as performance, computer
 games, TV soundtracks, advertising jingles and multimedia presentations, this
 book teaches a complete variety of styles and composition techniques.
 Step-by-step examples provide opportunities for readers to compose, develop,
 record and mix ideas into a satisfying whole.
     For more information and a complete listing of Muska & Lipman titles,
 please visit www.muskalipman.com .
 
                     MAKE YOUR OPINION COUNT -  Click Here
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