Check out these audio files that accompany this issue's Cubase workshop.
With some simple signal routing, Cubase can tell you exactly what a plug‑in is doing to your audio.
Here's how to create a convincing double-tracking effect in Logic Pro X.
Pro Tools' new Folder tracks make a neat alternative to Groups and VCAs.
We look at what you can do with Reason's new MIDI Out Rack device.
Making the most of Studio One's templates.
Reason version 11.2 now lets you drag MIDI clips into Live from three of Reason's MIDI-based devices: the Redrum drum machine, the Matrix step sequencer and the Dr Octo Rex Rex-file player.
Reduce the time you spend on podcasting post-production, with these Cubase voice-editing tips.
We explore the 2020.3 update and specifically Pro Tools' new Folder Tracks.
We explore the new Podcast Production template in Studio One.
Apple's GarageBand recording software comes free with every Mac/iPad and has everything you need to make pro-sounding podcasts. We show you how...
Multi-output instruments are a powerful weapon in your Logic arsenal. Here's how to use them...
No rhythm? No problem! Reason's new BeatMap device has got you covered...
Looking for creative inspiration? Tap into Cubase's new MultiTap Delay...
Avid's recent hardware launches change the game for HDX and HD Native users.
Perform routine tasks faster with Studio One's Macros. We show you how...
Folder Tracks are set to change the lives of every Pro Tools user. Here's why...
We look at two Max For Live devices that bring your step sequencing to life.
The unassuming SampleOne XT is actually one of Studio One's secret weapons.
If you want to inject some motion and mystery into your pad sounds, why not fire up Padshop Pro and enter the matrix?
Check out these audio examples which accompany this issue's Cubase Workshop.
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