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Cubase - using your keyboard as the keyboard





borud
I've recently gotten my hands on Cubase SX. I once saw someone use their computer keyboard as a tangent keyboard and wondered how I could do this.

The one I saw were on mac, so I'm not sure if this is possibe on the windows version..

Can anyone help me with this? Rolling Eyes
Sephz0r
"Using your keyboard as the keyboard"

Err, this has totally thrown me off, explain? Razz
borud
What I mean is. Take a C-major scale for example:

One octave is the letters a,s,d,f,g,h,j,k on your computer-keyboard.
And the black tangents probably are the keys over.
Do you understand now?
Saber
Its like a music keyboard as your qwerty keyboard right?
borud
Yes, that's correct Idea
kazza
Just wonderin. How do u use cubase. Does it have sounds in the program which you can just work from (as u do in FruityLoops) or do you have to import music and sounds and composite them together to make compostion?
izcool
*scratches head*

I'm not so much catching onto what you're trying to ask. "Using your keyboard as a keyboard ?"

I do know that they have different types of keyboards to help you prevent carpal tunnel syndrome, such as this one --

http://www.kinesis-ergo.com/images/kb_essential720x446.jpg

The only thing that comes to mind is to use your computer keyboard as a music keyboard ? I think they sell ones that plug into the MIDI port on your PC (that plug is commonly used for game controllers).

- Mike.
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