We offer a relatively painless way to create stems from a large Pro Tools mix.
Increase the stereo width of your tracks with Mid-Sides processing in Sonar.
Archiving your Studio One Songs in a future-proof format could save your life in years to come.
When it comes to mixing bass, sometimes more is more, and Cubase has all the tools you need...
Take our crash course on Live 10’s new Wavetable synth.
With Smart Tempo in Logic Pro 10.4, you need no longer record to a click.
The need to substitute one clip for another arises frequently, and Pro Tools is ready to help out.
Reaper’s MIDI Editor can be customised to make programming your drum parts easier. We explain how...
We get to grips with Reason’s aptly named Radical Piano.
Add a human element to your drum parts with Sonar’s various quantising options.
Learning how to use Studio One’s templates can make a massive difference to your efficiency.
Can Cubase’s Groove Agent SE4 take care of all your virtual drummer needs?
We explore DP’s tools for applying pitch-correction, harmony generation, pitch-quantising and pitch effects to vocal tracks.
We explore Live 10’s new MIDI Capture and Multi-Clip editing features.
We serve up some fresh ideas for vocal processing using Track Stacks in Logic Pro X.
Some of the most important features of a hardware console are found in its master section. Here’s how to add them to the Pro Tools mixer.
Cut to the chase with Reason templates.
We show you the many ways you can chop up and manipulate loops in Sonar.
If you like to explore different versions of a song (or just have difficulty making your mind up!) Cubase’s Track Versions have a lot to offer.
Make mono guitars monstrously wide with Logic Pro X’s Dual Mono features and Track Stacks.
We continue our exploration of the mastering possibilities in Pro Tools.
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