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Cakewalk has some powerful tools for working with REX clips.
Many of DP's emulated guitar pedals offer even more than the real thing!
Propellerhead's new instrument is a modular within your modular.
With Pipeline XT, integrating outboard gear in Studio One is almost as easy as loading a plug-in.
Cubase's stock tools offer plenty of creative potential for pattern-based sound design.
We show you some tips to streamline your mixing in Live.
Get the most out of your virtual instruments with Logic's articulation options.
Cakewalk has all the tools you need to put together a seamless DJ‑style album.
From shred to salsa, Digital Performer's amp modelling tools can cater for any guitar style.
Max For Live has a rich assortment of step sequencers. We look at some of the best.
There are many ways to set up Pro Tools tracks, and not all of them are created equal!
Multi‑lane editing is the secret to working with MIDI notes and drum layers in context within Reason.
How to set up a multiband mastering project template in Cubase.
The latest Pro Tools release gives subscribers a wealth of
new plug-ins to enjoy.
The latest juicy Reason 10.2 update serves up a generous scoop of workflow smoothers.
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Studio One's ability to make many plug-ins work as one can save you a lot of time and effort.
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.
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