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With self-isolation likely to continue for some time, we talk you through using the world's leading conference‑call service for remote music performance.
Sometimes, performers have to be their own engineers. Here's how to get better results from solo tracking sessions.
Social distancing needn't mean the end of studio recording. We explain a simple, free setup for real-time online collaboration.
Follow one SOS reader on his quest to transform a box room into a studio worthy of the name!
How does a platinum-selling producer make music on a mobile device? We sit down with MeLo‑X, who found commercial success co-writing tracks on Beyoncé’s Lemonade, as he talks about the real-world advantages of making music on a phone or tablet.
Streaming is now the most important way in which music is consumed. So how can you make sure your music sounds as good as possible?
In the second part of our guide to Pro Tools’ cloud collaboration features, we learn how to exchange tracks with other musicians.
Pro Tools 12.5 lets you collaborate remotely with other users. Here’s how to get started.
Does today’s sample-based drum software mean we don’t need real drummers any more? We find out what a human session drummer offers that a virtual drummer can’t.
Tracking lead vocals: We demonstrate why the element that demands most listeners’ attention also demands most of the producer’s...
Steven James Adams: Our engineer shows that there’s nothing wrong with living-room recordings if you approach them in the right way.
Bored of the same old chord sequences? In this short series, we explore some simple ways to spice up your piano chords.
Once an expensive and futuristic dream, the technology for Internet‑based collaboration is now available and affordable — and more practical than you might think.
If your music deserves the best musicians, the Internet provides the means to find them. We test the three leading on-line session services.
Most SOS readers seem either to be setting up a studio or refining their existing setup, and could save money and hassle by doing much of the wiring and installation themselves. We explain how.
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