Studio One's ability to make many plug-ins work as one can save you a lot of time and effort.
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Find out how to prepare your Instrument Rack for performance in Live.
TTS‑1 is over 14 years old, still on version 1.00 and comes bundled free with BandLab. Yet to dismiss it would be a mistake, because the TTS‑1 has a number of really useful mobile-friendly features.
Zplane’s advanced time-stretching and pitch-shifting algorithms are now available in Cakewalk.
Not all piano-roll editors are created equal — Cubase’s boasts some very handy chord-programming tools.
We explore a free Max For Live Pack that could change the way you make music in Live.
Take your auto-sampled hardware synth patches to the next level using EXS24 and Alchemy.
The stock EQIII plug‑in may be old, but it still has a few neat tricks up its sleeve.
If you’re not blessed with flawless piano keyboard skills, don’t worry, Cubase can help.
We delve into Live’s sophisticated new audio delay effect, Echo.
Avid’s new ‘little and often’ update strategy is delivering some really useful improvements. We look over the most recent.
Most of the music tech software and gear we use has some concept of recording and reproducing parameter changes. We take a tour of Reason’s extensive automation facilities.
Last month I wrote about techniques for handling narration in Studio One, but I did not mention a tool that...
Become a Cakewalk power user with these handy hints.
Create robotic vocal effects using Cubase’s in-built tools.
Live has a few tricks up its sleeve to add variety to your drum patterns.
Turn hardware monosynths into software polysynths by auto-sampling in Logic’s companion app, MainStage.
To get the most from Pro Tools, you need an extended keyboard — and here’s why.
Create an auto-ducking talkback facility using Reaper’s ReaGate plug-in.
We offer tips on working with speech in Studio One.
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