Working on projects can be an annoyance from a workflow point of view, thankfully Cubase offers some tools to help. Track icons are a great way to find specific instruments quickly in the mixer, but when it comes arranging your main project window and organising each section, nothing works better than using a splash of colour.
Working with colour allows you to break up each element letting you associate different shades for different things. For example, darker shades of 'gold' could be used to represent low brass instruments such as Tuba and Bass Trombone, where as lighter shades of gold can be used to represent Trumpets.
When using this colour pallet, I would recommend adjusting the track colourisation slider to around 70%. This can be found under: File > Preferences > Event Display > Tracks.
What You Get
|Total of 80 colours||13 core shades with 6 variations|
|Cubase 9.5 template||Compatible with Cubase 10|
In order to use this product you are required to own Cubase Artist 9.5 or Cubase Pro 9.5. This product will not work with older version of Cubase. If you are unsure about what version you are using, please check before making a purchase.
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THIS IS NOT A SAMPLE LIBRARY
Watch this excellent tutorial video kindly provided by Darren Tansley. It perfectly demonstrates how to use this product. Darren also shows off a really neat trick using the logical editor to colour tracks, it's really awesome!