Knowing the ins and outs of various DP MIDI features can help you work quicker and smarter.
Discover how to control your hardware synths using Max For Live.
Expand your monitoring options with clever routing in Logic Pro.
Once you've created a basic Structure instrument, there are lots of things you can do to improve the way it sounds and plays.
Take a razor blade to your vocal tracks and learn the art of comping in Reaper.
Reason's flexible routing makes scintillating sampling simple...
Drawing automation data in Steinberg Cubase has creative applications that transcend simple level and pan tweaking.
Mid/Side processing is a clever technique which once learned will probably find its way into your mixes.
When mixing, it doesn't hurt to double-check what you're hearing with judicious use of Logic's visual metering toolbox.
To get the most from Avid's Structure sampler, you need to work with your own sounds. Here's how.
Tempo mapping in Reaper can be quick and easy — so switch off that click and get playing!
Reason's sampling instrument Kong.
Sonar's EQ capabilities take a huge step forward with X1's ProChannel.
Have you ever wondered how best to use the different automation modes in Cubase? Then read on...
Don't save your sends and returns just for global effects — DP's aux track system has other tricks up its sleeve...
Whether it's getting rid of the audio you don't want or improving the audio you do want, skilled editing can be the key to making your multitrack project sound polished.
It's thermal underwear time as we look at the vagaries of track freezing in Live.
Ever thought of asking 'real' musicians to play your arrangements? Then get to grips with Logic's Score editor.
Elastic Audio in Pro Tools can do more than time-stretching: it can also be your route to some killer pitch-based mixing techniques.
Get your audio applications talking to each other with Reaper's ReaRoute.
Discover how to tackle Reason's over-sized gorilla of a drum instrument.
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