Not everyone uses keyboards to get their MIDI into Cubase, and with other controllers you may need to do a little more work...
Discover how to use side-chaining effects in Ableton Live in this month's Live Notes column.
The different circuit types available in Logic’s Compressor are well worth a closer look — but what are they based on, and what do they actually do?
Backing vocals sound better when they’re perfectly in time — if yours aren’t, Pro Tools can help you fix them.
If you’re new to Reaper’s channel‑splitting abilities, here’s a neat exercise to get you started.
These audio files accompany the Reaper Techniques column that featured in SOS June 2011.
Wetsuits on, as we dive into Record’s new pitch‑correction device, Neptune.
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Sonar X1 screensets dynamically adapt to your project as you work. Find out why this matters, and how you can take advantage of it.
The first in an occasional series of workshops for Presonus’ Studio One DAW focuses on the powers of its useful Browser.
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