With Reason now available as a plug-in, there's plenty to get to grips with for new and old users alike.
We look at the sweetening tools on offer for mastering in Studio One.
These audio examples accompany our Cubase workshop about Distroyer, the new distortion plug-in introduced in Cubase 10.
We dish the dirt on Distroyer, the new distortion plug-in introduced in Cubase 10.
Cakewalk's new Control Bar takes all the pain out of exporting stems.
Stuck in a musical rut? Cubase Pro might just be able to provide the inspiration you need.
Tailor the look and feel of DP to your own preferences.
We explore the wealth of third-party chord generators available for Live.
Get the most out of Logic's Amp Designer plug-in.
You probably already have one of the best Pro Tools compressors around — but you might not know it!
We get to grips with Reason's versatile new monosynth.
Studio One's Project window offers a fully fledged mastering environment.
Rebranded Waveform by Tracktion, is this long-established alternative ready to become a mainstream DAW option?
With some DIY Smart Controls for Cubase's Key Editor, you could become a MIDI-editing ninja.
We look at a different approach for creating rhythms in Live.
Get creative with Logic's new binaural panning options.
We continue our look at further ways to tailor Pro Tools to your tastes.
Studio One 4.5 boasts massively improved grouping functionality. Here's how it works.
We explore Reason 10.4's new drum machine, Rytmik.
Innovative music creation platform Bitwig takes a big leap forward with the introduction of an open-ended modular environment.
We continue our exploration of Cakewalk's oft–overlooked Sonitus plug-in suite.
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