If you want to overdub programmed parts to a performance that varies in tempo, Cubase has all the tools you need.
We show you how to disassemble tracks for creative reworking in Live.
Get to grips with Logic’s handling of external MIDI synths.
You can back up a Pro Tools session like any other file, but will it still be readable in 10 years’ time? Here’s how to make sure.
Reaper’s pitch tools can be creative — or corrective.
Reason is becoming a much more rounded DAW, and one of the main areas to benefit is mastering.
Samplitude Pro X has several powerful tools for compiling the perfect performance from multiple takes.
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Discover Sonar X2’s Quick Groups and Auto-Zoom updates — and become more efficient.
Want to fake a 12-string guitar in Studio One, or create the perfect octave-divider effect? Keep reading…
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These simple steps in Cubase 5 will make your programmed acoustic drum tracks sound more authentic.
As we wait with bated breath for the release of DP8, let’s revise some core DP techniques…
We see why there’s much more to Live’s Frequency Shifter effect than meets the eye...
Learn how to import and combine Environment layers to create new MIDI facilities for your projects.
The key features of Acoustica’s Mixcraft have always been affordability and ease of use. Version 6 builds on these strengths but also adds a new Pro Studio edition.
Pro Tools’ template system, and its undocumented Track Presets feature, can help your sessions get moving faster.
It’s a Reason reverberation extravaganza this month, as we look at the tools available and how to use them.
Fix vocal pitch in Sonar without nasty correction artifacts.
Sometimes Studio One expresses itself differently to other DAWs, but don’t let that put you off...
Find out how to build a natural-sounding acoustic drum kit in Cubase’s Groove Agent One.
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