YB #6: Loop Mash (Tutorial) & making a Neptunes Hip Hop Beat - Cubase 5

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  1. YummyBeats said on June 7, 2011 2:05 pm:

    @PdubzCrew LoopMash is a tool to create crazy new loops by slizing and
    rearranging your loops. For Drums use Groove Agent. Hit F11 load Groove
    Agent into an empty slot and create a new MIDI Track. Add some drum samples
    to the pads (via drag&drop). Now open either the Drum editor or the Key
    editor or just start live recording. To add FX to the audio outputs of
    groove agent hit F3.

  2. abner hernandez said on July 28, 2011 8:49 am:

    i would have watched this video if the loop wasn’t so G’damn annoying

  3. FunkyMonkeyMachine said on October 16, 2011 6:41 am:

    Why is it when I have LoopMash open I can’t hear the loop when I press
    play? I can hear everything else but not LoopMash…?

  4. YummyBeats said on October 19, 2011 8:38 pm:

    @FunkyMonkeyMachine Maybe you have muted the LoopMash track? Or maybe all
    loops within loopmash are muted? Actually it’s hard to tell without further
    info, it can be several reasons. Also check your routing. Maybe you have
    routed your loopmash track to a group which does not exist anymore?

  5. YummyBeats said on November 27, 2011 4:44 pm:

    @MauriceMosbyJr7 Actually you don’t need to save the sounds. Just consider
    loopmash as a standard instrument like a synth. So at best also use an
    instrument track for loopmash. If you like to use your LM loops in other
    samplers syntsh, wahtsoever, just export your LM track as audio file like
    you would also do with any other instrument. For this mark an area you’d
    like to export and goto files/export/audio mixdown…

  6. YummyBeats said on November 27, 2011 4:48 pm:

    @MauriceMosbyJr7 Playing LoopMash live (and recording) works via midi. But
    you first have to save different changes to your pads below (the red record
    button within loopmash). Then simply change these preset by hitting or
    recording the c1 to C2 keys if I remember right (now its the C0 to C1 Key).
    BTW: Cubase 6 LM is much more powerful you can now control other things and
    do scratches little granular synthesis etc (without setting up presets

  7. YummyBeats said on November 27, 2011 4:49 pm:

    @MauriceMosbyJr7 If I remember right this loopmash version only started
    playing when you started playing your song (space bar). Or maybe your sound
    settings are wrong? Or maybe you didn’t laod any preset/loop into loopmash?

  8. YummyBeats said on November 27, 2011 4:58 pm:

    Is your keyboard already working with other instruments/plugins? If not I
    can’t help you, sry. Must be a problem with your KeyBoard or your
    interface. Or make sure that all settings under device are correct.
    Otherwise if you are using groove agent in the instruments rack (F11) you
    have to create a midi track which is connected to GA (in case Cubase
    doesn’t do it for you) Also enable all GA audio outputs in the rack (F11).
    Make sure you don’t have muted your GA audio tracks.

  9. YummyBeats said on November 30, 2011 9:17 pm:

    @MauriceMosbyJr7 If you like t make a midi fade you can take controller 7.
    It’s the midi controller for main volume. However you can’t control every
    instrument with all midi controllers or in other words the instrument needs
    to accept the controller. However most instruments do. But I would
    recommend you to use audio fades only (within your instrument’s audio
    tracks). They are much smoother. With midi you have only 127 steps.

  10. BreakingJDF said on January 11, 2012 10:13 am:

    Cheer for the help dude i didn’t have a clue what i was doing im in collage
    n i zoned out when he was talking i have no dea what to do :L

  11. JessehMusicOfficial said on March 13, 2012 3:47 pm:

    can’t find at 3:27

  12. Kav Dhi said on July 21, 2012 6:10 am:

    Hello there! I am using Cubase 5 which has the Loop Mash feature. I worked
    on it but I am unable to record the Loop Mash pattern onto the track like
    how we record Beats from Beat Designer onto a track. So could you please
    guide me on how to record Loop Mash onto a track in Cubase. I would be
    thankful to you if you could help me. Could you please explain it step by

  13. LunaLure Psymusic said on July 26, 2012 1:09 pm:

    Alt + K

  14. JohnNo1GR said on August 30, 2012 9:52 am:

    So, how did you do it at 6:02 recording kick and snares? .. Have you used
    your keyboard by yourself to record kick and snares with your tempo? And
    how have you used playing first your tempo, then the loopmash instrument?

  15. YummyBeats said on September 4, 2012 3:33 pm:

    yes, kick, snare, bass, keys etc have been played & recorded with a master
    keyboard. The Tempo should always be setup first. Also loopmash follows
    your project tempo. My suggestion is to start with the drumline, then tweak
    the tempo again (if you are not satisfied). Once you have the basic grove
    it’s easier to record all other instruments or tracks. But it’s not a rule
    to start with the drums!

  16. DESTINEAK said on March 12, 2013 6:53 am:

    Thanks for the video, do you know of any way to record this back in , midi
    would be the best for editing, thanks

  17. YummyBeats said on March 17, 2013 5:01 pm:

    Hey, you can’t record the audio pattern back to midi. Or did you mean the
    automation data, you can only change within your audio track? Like number
    of voices, staccato amount, dry/wet mix…? As far as I know that’s also
    not possible to control via midi. Or at least it is very complicated
    becasue you would need to set up a custom midi remote control. However you
    can also store all these setting in a loopmash scene and switch thorugh
    them via keys like usual. With Loopmash II you got 24 scenes.

  18. YummyBeats said on March 17, 2013 5:03 pm:

    But you can export and import your Loopmash track as usual audio track
    file->export->Audio Mixdown…

  19. Antoine Ostiguy Drapeau said on November 7, 2014 11:34 am:

    Wow …nice video montage !!! Great beats !!! Thx

  20. Kavin Dhiraj said on June 7, 2016 1:30 am:

    Hi! Thank you for the video. It was informative. I have Cubase 5. I tried
    recording Loopmash but it wasn’t successful. After I record the loop
    through a MIDI keyboard and play it back I hear the loop playing even
    outside the MIDI event (clip). How do I record loopmash and export it as an
    audio file? Could you please help me out. I want to record the loops from