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    Sonar LE, Utilities & More...

    Sonar Tips & Techniques

    Sonar LE appears, we find a utility that lets you zoom with a mouse wheel, and Project 5 slightly changes direction...

    Techniques Jul 2005
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    Creating Easier Drum Parts In Sonar 4

    Sonar Tips & Techniques

    Producing great drum parts can be quicker, easier, and more fun with the dedicated facilities Sonar 4 provides. We explain.

    Techniques Jul 2005
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    Customising The Workspace In Cubase SX

    Cubase Tips & Techniques

    When you come over all creative or are facing a tight deadline, a lean, mean music-recording machine is a definite advantage. The tools for customising the Cubase SX work environment may not sound very sexy, but they can certainly help your workflow.

    Techniques Jul 2005
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    DSD Support In Cubase?

    Cubase Tips & Techniques

    We look at the possibility of DSD higher-quality audio support in Cubase, a plug-in to help you write ringtones for Nokia phones, and a new patch for Windows users of Cubase SX/SL 3.02.

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    Understanding Audio Files In Cubase

    Cubase Tips & Techniques

    We take a look at the concepts of audio files, clips, events, parts and regions in Cubase, and explain how you can manage these objects in the Pool window.

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    What Does Logic v7.1 Offer?

    Logic Tips & Techniques

    After months of speculation Apple have finally announced the release of the first major Logic 7 upgrade, but what can users expect from version 7.1?

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    Better Acoustic Guitar Recording In Logic

    Logic Tips & Techniques

    We explain how you can mock up a live acoustic guitar sound from a DI'd recording, using Logic's built-in plug-ins.

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    DP: 3rd Party Developments

    Digital Performer Tips & Techniques

    Now that the excitement surrounding the launch of DP 4.5 has subsided somewhat, developments by MOTU-friendly companies get this month's column under way.

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    Automation In Digital Performer 4.5

    Digital Performer Tips & Techniques

    If you are a user of MOTU's Digital Performer sequencing software, you have access to an extensive and full-featured automated mixing environment. Here's how to use it...

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    Pro Tools Updates & Free EQ Plug-in

    Pro Tools Tips & Techniques

    This month sees a high-quality, free EQ plug-in gracing the Digirack suite, some intriguing options for collaboration via the Internet, and a host of updates.

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    Using Pro Tools' Keyboard Commands Focus

    Pro Tools Tips & Techniques

    Most people find that learning keyboard commands for their DAW enables them to get things done faster, and for the advanced user, Pro Tools has a special mode which turns the entire QWERTY keyboard into a bank of one-press shortcuts.

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    Audio Input For Reason

    Reason Tips & Techniques

    With some clever programming, an Italian software house have created a program that claims to add an audio input to Reason. We take a sneak peek, as well as bringing you essential Reason news and quick tips.

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    Cakewalk Z3TA+ Unleashed...

    Sonar Tips & Techniques

    Cakewalk go global, and release a new soft synth.

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    Building Combinator Patches in Reason 3

    Reason Tips & Techniques

    The most exciting addition to the new version of Reason is arguably the Combinator device, which greatly expands the flexibility and programming potential of everything in the Reason rack. We guide you through the creation of a Combinator patch to get you started with this great new device.

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    Exploring Sonar 4's TTS1 Synth

    Sonar Tips & Techniques

    The TTS1 soft synth bundled with Sonar 4 has many hidden talents — but you have to know where to find them. Read on...

    Techniques Jun 2005
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    GarageBand 2, PowerBooks & iPods

    Apple Notes

    Although intended as an entry-level application to introduce new people to computer-based music making, Apple's GarageBand has received acclaim from beginners and professionals alike. We look at version 2, which adds score editing, multitrack audio recording, and more...

    Techniques May 2005
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    Cubase: Folder Tracks & Folder Parts

    Cubase Tips & Techniques

    Steinberg originally introduced the concept of Folder tracks in Cubase VST, as a way of organising the track list in the Arrange window. This month we look at how this feature became even more powerful in Cubase SX, and how to make the most of it.

    Techniques May 2005
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    Logic's Catch & Link Modes

    Logic Tips & Techniques

    Combining Logic's Catch and Link modes can greatly increase the usefulness of multi-window Screensets, but it is not always clear, especially to new users, how the various options work.

    Techniques May 2005
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    Digital Performer: EQing Tracks

    Digital Performer Notes

    We explain how to tweak your tracks with MOTU's answer to Sony's Oxford EQ and speed up your workflow with the essential DP keyboard shortcut selection!

    Techniques May 2005
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    Pro Tools Plug-in News

    Pro Tools Tips & Techniques

    We bring you all the latest news from the Digidesign universe...

    Techniques May 2005
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    Troubleshooting Your Pro Tools System

    Pro Tools Tips & Techniques

    Whatever computer recording system you use, the chances are it's going to fall over sooner or later, and Pro Tools is no exception. So before you call the technical support line, take a look at Sound On Sound's guide to diagnosing and fixing the most common faults.

    Techniques May 2005

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