We explore some of the less common uses for Markers and Memory Locations.
SpectraLayers One allows you to tweak vocals that are ‘baked into’ a stereo mix!
In Studio One, Layers are all about the wonderful world of managing multiple takes.
by John Walden
These audio examples accompany my Cubase workshop in SOS August 2021, in which i...
Live 11’s new Take Lanes make creating a composite from alternative takes (comping) much easier for both MIDI and audio tracks.
Logic’s Scripter plug‑in opens the doors to powerful custom MIDI manipulation.
We show you how to set up a multi-song mastering project.
The Browser’s presence and impact has swelled to take in all sorts of file‑based functions and probably has a raft of features that you weren’t even aware of.
Exploring the Hybrid Engine.
Cubase 11’s new SuperVision plug‑in makes it easier for Pro and Artist users to trust their ears.
We consider three different approaches to running a tracking session and comping takes in Reason.
Cubase 11’s Sampler Track makes a great starting point for percussive sound design.
The 2021.3 update brings limited Big Sur compatibility, and more besides.
We take a look at what’s included with PreSonus Sphere.
We demonstrate how flexible Logic Pro’s MIDI processing tools can be.
These audio examples accompany the SOS June 2021 Cubase workshop.
We explore what’s new in Live 11’s Session View...
In need of melodic inspiration? Cubase 11's Scale Assistant can help.
How do you export your projects for use in other DAWs? Read on to find out...
We explore ways to get the most out of the Avid S1 controller.
Introducing Reason+ and the Algoritm FM synth.
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