Steinberg’s mobile DAW just got even better!
Famed for its speed of use, the latest version of FL Studio is a highly sophisticated music production environment.
Live 11 introduces new features, improves some old ones, and throws in some exciting new rack devices for good measure.
Steinberg turn the dial up to 11 with a stonking new version of Cubase.
Can Steinberg recreate the Cubasis DAW experience on Android?
Logic Pro X 10.5 introduces a raft of new features and remains exceptional value for money.
Studio One continues to battle the big hitters with a broad range of enhancements and new features.
Long a favourite amongst film and TV composers, Digital Performer now embraces loop-based production and live performance.
For those who want an iOS workflow that closely follows established desktop conventions, Cubasis is probably the most popular DAW/sequencer app currently available.
There's something for everyone in the latest version of Steinberg's flagship music production package.
Version 11 introduces the most radical development in Reason's long history: the Reason Rack now runs as a plug-in within other DAWs.
Rebranded Waveform by Tracktion, is this long-established alternative ready to become a mainstream DAW option?
Innovative music creation platform Bitwig takes a big leap forward with the introduction of an open-ended modular environment.
ACID Pro is the original loop-based remixing program, and the Next version opens up new possibilities thanks to the intriguing Stem Maker.
Steinberg's Cubasis is one of the more popular and powerful DAWs/sequencers for the iPad — and since its first release, this...
Cubase celebrates a milestone birthday with an update that makes almost every aspect of the program slicker and easier to use.
Can a single DAW really perform well on laptop, tablet and mobile phone?
With the fundamentals covered in previous versions, Studio One 4 branches out to explore new creative possibilities.
After almost a decade in the wilderness, the original loop-based sequencer is back. But is Acid still the best?
With Live 10, Ableton’s aim is to make the music‑making process as smooth as possible. Have they succeeded?
Harrison’s MixBus promises the sound and user experience of a large-format console, at approximately one-thousandth the price!
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