Most of the music tech software and gear we use has some concept of recording and reproducing parameter changes. We take a tour of Reason’s extensive automation facilities.
Last month I wrote about techniques for handling narration in Studio One, but I did not mention a tool that...
Become a Cakewalk power user with these handy hints.
Create robotic vocal effects using Cubase’s in-built tools.
Live has a few tricks up its sleeve to add variety to your drum patterns.
Turn hardware monosynths into software polysynths by auto-sampling in Logic’s companion app, MainStage.
To get the most from Pro Tools, you need an extended keyboard — and here’s why.
Create an auto-ducking talkback facility using Reaper’s ReaGate plug-in.
We offer tips on working with speech in Studio One.
When building Macros gets tough, the tough get going with Cubase’s Project Logical Editor.
Digital Performer’s Chunks window makes it easy to reorder, build, and recombine musical material.
Use Step FX in Logic Pro X to add rhythmic interest to synth and keyboard parts.
A little planning can help you get up and running quickly with mix projects transferred from other DAWs.
How to connect multi-channel gate sequencers like Lectric Panda’s CVPT to any instrument or plug-in in Reason.
There’s more to Cakewalk’s automation than just moving faders!
Studio One v4 makes it easy to transfer material between Songs, and even to or from other DAWs. Let's explore how...
Save time and screen space by combining multiple plug-ins into FX Chains in Cakewalk.
Max For Live’s take on convolution reverb is a versatile sound design tool.
Apple have reinvented Camel Audio’s CamelPhat as the flexible Phat FX in Logic Pro 10.4. We see what it can do.
Mono plug-ins in Pro Tools can be used on stereo and surround tracks. We explain why this is useful!
New features in Studio One 4 make it even easier to add interest to sequenced patterns.
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