We explore real-world uses for Studio One's tempo-tweaking tools.
If you're a magazine newsstand buyer and don't have access to the web articles, here are the 5 videos to accompany this issue's Cubase Pro techniques column.
Steinberg's Cubasis is one of the more popular and powerful DAWs/sequencers for the iPad — and since its first release, this...
Find out how to get the most out of Cakewalk's ripple edit modes.
Cubase Pro 10's VariAudio 3 competes with the best pitch-correction plug-ins around. Find out how by reading our article and watching the videos.
Digital Performer has all the tools you need to sculpt the perfect vocal sound.
We show you how to integrate your modular soft synths with Ableton Live DAW.
Pro Tools' MIDI implementation still has a bad reputation, but the reality is now very different.
We show you how to keep Reason in sync with the outside world.
Impact XT isn't only a drum sampler: used with loops, it makes a powerful live performance tool.
Here's how to create glassy, ambient 'shimmer' reverbs in Logic Pro X.
Here's how to tidy up your plug-in menu in Cakewalk.
Need to export different mixes from the same project? Cubase Pro 10 makes it easy…
We look at how to capture and reuse third‑party samples in Live.
Play and record external MIDI instruments in Logic.
Understanding the voice count of your Pro Tools system can avoid nasty surprises on large projects.
The new pattern editor in Studio One 4 isn't just for drums!
Reason may be a self-contained studio, but it can still play nicely with others.
Cakewalk has some powerful tools for working with REX clips.
Many of DP's emulated guitar pedals offer even more than the real thing!
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