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    iZotope RX 8

    Audio Editors

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    Scorewriters

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    Virtual Instrument

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    Neural DSP Archetype: Nolly

    Guitar Amp Modelling Software

    Neural DSP have bottled the guitar-recording wizardry of one of the hottest rock and metal producers around.

    Reviews Jan 2020
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    Windows 10 For Musicians

    All You Need To Know Before Upgrading

    Microsoft’s latest OS offers potential benefits for musicians and recording engineers — but is now the right time to move to Windows 10?

    Reviews Nov 2015
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    Tablet-controlled Mixers

    Spotlight

    In the world of live sound, the tablet revolution is much more than just hype: it really does have the potential to turn front-of-house mixing on its head.

    Reviews Jun 2014
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    Taking The Strain Off Your CPU

    PC Notes

    Improve your PC's performance by taking the strain off your CPU.

    Techniques Mar 2014
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    Appworks

    Making Music On The Move

    Apple iPad Air • Mellotronics M3000

    Reviews Feb 2014
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    Multitrack DAWs For iPad

    Spotlight

    Thinking of turning your iPad into a mobile recording studio? Check out our round-up of multitrack recording apps first!

    Reviews Jan 2014
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    Muse Research Receptor VIP.

    Muse Research Receptor VIP

    Virtual Instrument & Plug-in Host

    Muse Research continue to refine their Receptor virtual instrument player.

    Reviews Apr 2013
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    A studio in the palm of your hand. For music and audio apps, the iPad Mini offers roughly the same performances as the third-generation iPad, but in a lighter, more slender and cheaper package.

    App Works

    Making Music On The Move

    This month we look at the new iPad Mini, Microsoft Surface and Borderlands Granular Synth app.

    Reviews Jan 2013
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    Using Apple’s iOS Devices For Music

    Power Pads

    Apple revolutionised music‑making with the Macintosh computer, and now their tablet devices are poised to do the same. We offer the first in‑depth exploration of the potential of iOS devices for music.

    Reviews Jun 2011
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    Mac: Installing A MIDI Interface

    Apple Notes

    Installing a MIDI interface to work with your Mac should be an easy task, but what happens if it doesn't want to play ball? Apple Notes is here to help.

    Techniques Jul 2007
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    Installing A Windows OS From Scratch

    PC Musician

    As a PC user, one job you're almost sure to have to do at some point is a clean install of Windows, whether because you've built your own PC, as outlined in last month's issue, have suffered a serious crash, or have decided to change to a new OS. Here's what you need to know...

    Techniques Mar 2007
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    Windows Vista; Boot Management; Partitions

    PC Notes

    More Vista-related musings, advice on 'boot management' for multi-partition setups and the usual handy tips — all in this month's PC Notes.

    Techniques Mar 2007
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    Running Windows On Intel Macs

    Apple Notes

    We take another look at running Windows on Intel Macs and consider how Apple's latest acquisition will affect their professional video and audio software.

    Techniques Feb 2007
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    Direct X Plug-ins & Cubase 4

    PC Notes

    Direct X plug-in support has been dropped from Steinberg's Cubase 4 sequencing software — so what do you do if you have projects that use such plug-ins and you want to upgrade to the latest Cubase? PC Musician offers some solutions, as well as rounding up the latest PC news and information.

    Techniques Jan 2007
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    OS X RAID: Any Good For Audio?

    Apple Notes

    With the new Mac Pro offering increased internal data storage, we investigate whether using the software RAID functionality built into OS X has any benefits for audio applications.

    Techniques Dec 2006
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    Firewire Chips To Win XP Media Center

    PC Notes

    From rogue Firewire controller chips to Windows XP Media Center Edition, the strangest things can cause problems with PC audio...

    Techniques Dec 2006
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    Eradicating PC Audio Clicks & Pops

    PC Musician

    Cicks and pops can ruin a recording, not to mention causing vast amounts of annoyance and wasted time. Tracking down their causes can be far from easy — but our step-by-step troubleshooting guide is here to help.

    Techniques Oct 2006
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    USB Ports

    PC Notes

    All USB ports are not created equal, as PC Notes finds out this month...

    Techniques Oct 2006
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    Software Studios: The Next Generation

    PC Musician

    The totally software studio, with sound quality at least as good as that offered by studio hardware, is now more feasible than ever before. But what are the factors to consider if you're going to go completely 'soft'?

    Techniques Aug 2006
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    Are PC Musicians Ready For Windows x64?

    The 64-bit Question

    With advantages such as more efficient processing and the ability to address up to a Terabyte of RAM, Windows XP Professional x64 has a lot to offer PC-based musicians — in theory. We put the fully 64-bit system idea to the test.

    Techniques May 2006
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    Windows Vista

    PC Notes

    If you're thinking about a new PC, do you need to make sure it's ready for the forthcoming Windows XP replacement: Vista? We examine the relevant issues for the musician.

    Techniques Apr 2006

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