i have the same issue with cubase: i would like to subscribe monthly, (i'm a macprovideo subscriber), it seems that there aren't many tutorials made with cubase 7.5, or the latest version, v8.
guys from Sonicacademy, you will probably say "it's because more people are using logic"...
i would say "you interview and hire people that work on mac and logic only, and as a result, 90% of your videos come from mac, because *mac is cool and classy"
cubase 8 is currently, probably, the most complete and greatest daw out there: while there were only a few tutorials on youtube, mostly done on cubase 5(the famous free version...), today, we can easily notice that there are plenty of v7, 7.5 and v8 cubase tutorials... which means that there are much more people using it, now.
so it's just a matter of "wanting" to make more videos on cubase, rather on logic.
i guess everytime you do some brainstorming sessions to see what's your going to do next, there are people asking to do more videos on cubase... but then, the huge i-devices fans come in, and say "ohhhh, if we don't make these videos on logic, we will probably start losing some customers, that work on logic, and don't want cubase or fl studio or whatever*
and so, another tutorial is done on logic.
ok, many will argue "ohh, regardless of the daw, all the techniques can easily apply to other daws"...
then, if so, why not making more videos on cubase 8?
just like other do, logic users may as well watch those cubase videos and apply whatever techniques they see, on logic, right ??
you are afraid of making the precious mac-logic users mad, that's it... but if it's about to make "other daw users" mad, then, you have no problems with that.
so please, sonic academy guys, if you want me, and thousands other guys like me to subscribe, it's time to start making some great 4-5 hour long cubase 8 tutorials, with plenty of techniques, playing with the arpeggiators and the sidechained delay-compress-etc effects...creating some great macros... fine tuning the daw interface and colors... use the reverbs and other small legacy plugins that can still be really useful, if only people know they exist and can do this or that function...+ tons of great things that can be done with cubase... warp stuff, hitpoints stuff, chords, etc etc...
ps. stop a bit ,treating logic users like they are gods and kings, and one shouldn't upset them, while slightly ignoring other great daws.