We show you how you can treat Live as one big modular synth.
We help you get to grips with Reaper’s new spectral-editing functions.
We explore Reason’s new flagship synth: Europa.
Craft the perfect mix in Sonar with these handy hints.
Studio One’s Impact drum machine has hidden depths that are well worth exploring.
Cubase’s audio transpose features open up some interesting creative possibilities.
We examine the creative possibilities of Re-slicing audio in Ableton Live.
Pair Track Stacks with Smart Controls to create unique layered instruments in Logic!
Harrison’s MixBus promises the sound and user experience of a large-format console, at approximately one-thousandth the price!
Create custom kits with Sonar’s Session Drummer 3.
Take advantage of Studio One’s versatile modulation features to make your synth parts more expressive.
Vocal perfection means timing correction — and Cubase’s AudioWarp gives you the tools you need.
Bring a new dimension to your Pro Tools mixes by integrating outboard hardware.
We show you how Live and Reason can play together thanks to Ableton Link.
Logic Pro 10.3.2 improves the DAW’s Drummer feature by adding new Percussionists to the mix.
Reaper’s Region Playlists make it easy to sketch out new song structures or rework existing tracks.
We show you how to integrate NI's Maschine with Reason.
Customise your guitar tone with Sonar’s TH3 Cakewalk Edition amp simulator.
Thanks to ARA, Studio One users have direct access to Melodyne’s amazing tempo-manipulation tools.
With only the most basic of keyboard skills, you can use Cubase to play convincing piano parts in real time.
In theory, old Pro Tools sessions should open in version 12. In practice, you may need to know a few tricks!
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