DP's ProVerb offers an easy way to experiment with guitar amp impulse responses.
We explore the many tools available in DP’s Waveform Editor.
DP11 brings even more functionality to the unique and powerful Chunks feature.
DP11 might not be any louder than DP10, but it’s got plenty more to offer.
With its significant overhaul, the new Nanosampler 2 offers a wealth of creative sample playback options.
We guide you through DP’s pitch‑shifting and time‑stretching options.
We show you how to set up a multi-song mastering project.
Take control of your mixes with VCAs.
In DP 10.1, MOTU significantly expanded Bounce‑to‑Disk with the addition of real‑time, multi‑output, and track‑by‑track bouncing.
One of the most significant features introduced in DP 10 was the Clips window, and in the 10.1 release, MOTU made it even more powerful.
The latest version of DP includes some powerful timing & tempo-manipulation tools.
We continue our exploration of DP's MasterWorks plug‑in suite.
Long a favourite amongst film and TV composers, Digital Performer now embraces loop-based production and live performance.
We explore three of the MasterWorks processors: MW FET‑76, MW Leveler and MW Compressor.
Tailor the look and feel of DP to your own preferences.
Take our tour of the new features in DP10.
Digital Performer has all the tools you need to sculpt the perfect vocal sound.
Many of DP's emulated guitar pedals offer even more than the real thing!
From shred to salsa, Digital Performer's amp modelling tools can cater for any guitar style.
Digital Performer’s Chunks window makes it easy to reorder, build, and recombine musical material.
We explore DP’s tools for applying pitch-correction, harmony generation, pitch-quantising and pitch effects to vocal tracks.
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