Recording and mixing with outboard gear in Cubase 6.
Explore some creative uses for Live’s Device Racks.
Ultrabeat isn't just a drum machine: it's great for tempo-synced effects.
In the first of a two-part series on using impulse responses in Reaper’s ReaVerb, we look at the basics: selecting, loading and editing. • Read Part 1
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Reason’s new mixer has useful features you may not have noticed...
Create virtual multi-effects with Sonar X1e's FX Chains 2.0
Version 2 of Studio One offers unprecedented levels of integration with third-party software — or, in other words, built-in Melodyne!
Mangling your old drum loops is easy with Cubase 6’s LoopMash 2 plug-in.
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We round up the best iPad apps for controlling Live.
The Direction Mixer in Logic Pro not only helps reposition stereo audio, but can also decode M/S recordings.
For those with a large collection of audio files to manage, we look at two applications that bridge the gap between Pro Tools and the Mac’s Finder.
Venture beyond Reaper’s default Snap settings to discover a world of techniques to speed up your workflow.
By merging their flagship application with its sibling, Record, Propellerhead have created something users have demanded for years: Reason with built-in audio recording.
If you’d like to make your quantised drums a little more human, dive into Sonar’s AudioSnap pool.
We introduce even more ways to spice up your drum loops in Cubase.
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This month, how to use software synths and samplers effectively in your DP projects.
We show you how to document your projects, sets and custom devices with Live’s Lessons facility.
Cure those conflicting frequencies and create some space with Logic’s Match EQ.
New to Pro Tools 9? Here’s how to get the best from all the features that were HD‑only until now!
Cockos’ affordable DAW is now more customisable than ever, and there are valuable new features for media management, MIDI editing and surround mixing too.
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