Learn Cubase online, for free with a Steinberg Certified Trainer.
New to Cubase? One of the best way to learn Cubase is to watch others use the software and copy their techniques – without worrying about the daunting interface or all the buttons you’ll never use. That’s why I’m going live every week to make music in Cubase and have conversations with musicians like you.
Each week I run a live Cubase session with the goal of creating a new piece of music from scratch whilst walking viewers through the process. I explore music composition ideas and answer your production or music theory questions. It’s a family friendly stream and most of the composition ideas will be relevant to any music software or instrument set. I’ve used Cubase to create music for over a decade and became a Steinberg Certified Trainer in 2021 so you should be able to gain something from these sessions, whatever your ability level.
Is Cubase easy to learn? Yes, but the user interface can be daunting at first. Once you know the basic controls and you start creating with Cubase, you’ll be suprised how quickly you can make excellent music.
You can use the calendar below to see when the next Cubase livestream is and watch using the following links:
- Twitch – Great for live interaction. Past broadcasts are only available temporarily;
- YouTube – Watch live, contribute to the chat and catch all past broadcasts too;
Submit a Question?
Do you want to submit a question to be answered on the next live show? You can do that!
- The best way to send a question is through the LTGuitarist Discord channel! The problem with social apps is that I won’t always see your messages unless I deliberately go looking for them so Discord is a great alternative for me. But, I appreciate Discord isn’t for everyone.
- Anyone who supports me with a Ko-Fi subscription will get access to a private part of the LTGuitarist Discord. Questions posted in here will get priotity and I’ll go the extra mile to make sure your question is properly answered.
- Alternatively, Twitch viewers can use channel points to highlight a chat message.
- Or, send me a DM on Instagram or Twitter.
Here’s a playlist of highlights from past broadcasts on YouTube. These are the tracks as they stand by the end of the 2 hour livestream – everything was written and recorded within that time.