Live offers plenty of tools to perk up insipid rhythms.
With Logic Pro X, there’s no excuse for leaving your music unfinished!
Use Sonar’s Sonitus Gate to achieve pumping reverb effects.
Cubase’s Track Lanes system is great for speedy comping, but Track Versions brings plenty more to the party...
Pro Tools’ Quick Start dialogue does exactly what its name suggests!
These files accompany Cubase Technique article in the November 2014 issue.
MIDI control between Live and Reason now works in both directions.
Discover the power of Logic Pro X’s advanced automation features.
These files accompany Pro Tools Technique article in the November 2014 issue.
There’s lots to get to grips with in the new version of Reason.
Get an even vocal level in Sonar without resorting to compression.
Properly archiving your finished projects is vital. Here’s how to do it in Studio One.
Cubase has all the tools you need to add vocal glitching effects to your pop or EDM tracks.
From guitar amps to gates, Pro Tools’ bundled plug-ins are more versatile than you might think.
The ZIP file of the Cubase 7.5 project template.
Enjoy the creative possibilities of taking Digital Performer’s bundled plug–ins out of their comfort zone.
We look at what’s new in the eighth instalment of Reason.
Get the visual feedback you need with custom metering in Sonar.
We delve into the mysteries of envelope following in Ableton Live.
Nine more ways to kick off your productions in Logic Pro X.
Studio One lets you apply effects directly to audio Events, opening up innumerable creative possibilities.
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