This San Tarantin Cubase template will assist you in creating a powerful hard rock song!
Nickelback is a Canadian rock band that started in Hanna, Alberta in 1995. Chad Kroeger is the guitarist and main vocalist, Ryan Peake is the guitarist, pianist, and backup vocalist, Mike Kroeger is the bassist, and Daniel Adair is the drummer. Nickelback is one of Canada's most commercially successful rock bands, with over 50 million records sold worldwide.
Nickelback has mentioned Creedence Clearwater Revival, Bob Marley, Metallica, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and U2 as influential or inspirational bands and performers.
We tried to accurately reproduce all guitar parts using the Cubase Pro sound library.
We also went to great pains to achieve the greatest guitar tone possible by utilizing Cubase Pro's amps and cabinets. An acoustic drum kit and a snare sample are included in our hard rock template. We separated the guitar parts into many sections for ease of sound processing.
Using the Cubase Pro HALion Sonic SE library, we attempted to locate all of the sounds for this hard rock template " San Tarantin ". We use our free samples from the Maxi-Beat studio in addition to the excellent Cubase Pro sound library.
All of our Cubase templates are created using DAW built-in tools and plugins. This eliminates compatibility issues with plug-ins and tools from other manufacturers. However, in our Cubase Pro template you can replace the Cubase synths and plug-ins for your preferred synths and plug-ins.
All you need to get started with our hard rock template is Cubase Pro and a sound library installed on your computer!
In the Logic template " San Tarantin ," we use audio tracks for the vocals and the FX. All synthesizers and sampler instruments are on midi tracks and can be edited or replaced with other virtual instruments. This means that the project can be freely edited: change any sounds, all synthesizer parameters, chords, melodies and much more.
Enjoy the sound of the " San Tarantin " Cubase Pro hard rock template and create your own song based on it.