ACID Pro is the original loop-based remixing program, and the Next version opens up new possibilities thanks to the intriguing Stem Maker.
After almost a decade in the wilderness, the original loop-based sequencer is back. But is Acid still the best?
With clever new tempo-mapping features and low-level Melodyne integration, time and pitch are now putty in the hands of Samplitude users!
Want to incorporate loops into your Samplitude Pro X2 projects? We show you how.
Samplitude’s Elastic Audio editor can be used for pitch correction, harmony generation, and more besides!
Samplitude Pro X2’s aux buses, submix buses and VCAs add up to a powerful and flexible routing system.
Magix’s powerful Windows DAW gets another raft of new features in a comprehensive update.
Multitimbral virtual instruments can address multiple mixer channels in Samplitude. Here’s how.
Among Samplitude Pro X’s unique features is spectral editing in the main project window. Here’s how it works.
Video tutorial to accompany this month's article.
As well as conventional track-based automation, Samplitude Pro X has a sophisticated Object automation system.
Video tutorials to accompany the article.
Samplitude Pro X has several powerful tools for compiling the perfect performance from multiple takes.
If your drumming needs a little help from technology, Samplitude Pro X has the tools to fix timing.
When your audio parts change tempo or time signature, Samplitude can still map them out in bars and beats.
We explain how to get the best from Samplitude’s unique object-based effects.
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Can its new look and feel, 64-bit code base and killer feature-set help Magix's heavyweight DAW muscle its way to a bigger market share?
With the latest version of their unique object oriented DAW, Magix are targeting both mastering and recording engineers.
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