Cubase | How To Arrange A Basic House Beat With 5Pin Media Samples
Since it’s origin in Chicago during the mid-1980’s House music has been characterized by it’s staple four-on-the-floor kick drum pattern. Snares and claps are added on beats two and four of every bar and the kit is then filled out with hi-hats usually playing eight-note off beats between each kick.
In this tutorial New York based electronic music producer and Azuli artist Biboulakis explains how to arrange a basic house beat with the use of 5Pin Media audio samples, soft synth patches and MIDI clips. Learn how to import audio samples, convert events to parts for easy editing, get tips on how to use the same MIDI clip to create multiple instrument parts as well as how to quickly write automation for quick tweaks to your sounds as you build your sequence.
5Pin Media is a company dedicated to creating interchangeable and versatile sample based products for music production and audio post-production. Learn more about the 5Pin Media sample packs featured in this tutorial.