With ARA 2, Melodyne can be just another part of Cubase...
Take our tour of the new features in DP10.
We get avant–garde with some seriously experimental ways to use synthesis, sampling and effects to 'prepare' any instrument by altering its sound note-by-note.
The Pro Tools Preferences offer a surprising number of ways to configure operation to your tastes.
Studio One's Multi-Instrument environment can make even the simplest instrument sound like a million dollars! Find out how...
Here are five unlocked Video Tutorials that accompany this month's Cubase Tips & Techniques column, so that our print-only readers don't miss out. Enjoy!
Cubase Pro 10's Audio Alignment Panel can do more than just deliver tight backing vocals!
Ableton Live 10.1, the first incremental upgrade to Live 10, has something for everyone and multiple improvements for most users.
Logic's MIDI plug-ins are great, but getting access to the data they output can be tricky. Here's how it's done...
ACID Pro is the original loop-based remixing program, and the Next version opens up new possibilities thanks to the intriguing Stem Maker.
The iLok system is here to stay, but there are now more alternatives to a physical dongle.
We show you how to get Reason and your hardware or software modular synths speaking the same language.
The new MIDI Note Actions introduced in Studio One 4.5 offer intriguing creative possibilities.
They may be old, but the Sonitus effects bundled with Cakewalk are surprisingly powerful.
We show you how to chop and change drum kit pieces on the fly in Ableton Live.
We look at the different options for adding and removing time at the start of a Pro Tools session.
Studio One's Chord track is much more than just an auto-arrangement device.
We show you how to connect audio, MIDI and CV between Reason and your virtual modular.
Cubase offers various options for comparing your mixes with reference tracks.
Change the look and feel of Cakewalk to suit your workflow.
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