Pro Tools 10 unlocks the vast potential of Avid’s Artist Series controllers. Here’s how to tap into those new possibilities...
In the first of this two-part series on drum editing in Reaper, we look at getting your transients to land perfectly on the grid.
Propellerhead’s Rack Extension Shop is filling up with tempting goodies...
When your audio parts change tempo or time signature, Samplitude can still map them out in bars and beats.
You don’t have to give up Session Drummer 2’s content when you move up to 64-bit Sonar X1.
With multiple undo functions and real-time processing, Studio One gives you the freedom to turn back the clock...
The groove‑quantise functions in Cubase allow you to tighten your performance without killing that all‑important human feel.
Find out how to harness the flexibility of DP’s user interface without being drowned in windows.
Use Logic's 'Convert To New Sampler Track' function to mimic Recycle and make your own sampled instruments.
Some of the new features in Pro Tools 10 aren’t immediately obvious — but they can be invaluable once you know how to use them.
Use Reaper's groups, folders and matrices to organise your mix project.
With our racks about to get even more densely populated by Rack Extensions, we may need strategies for keeping on top of the sprawl...
Thanks to Sonar 64-bit operation, the 14-year-old ReWire protocol is back in the limelight!
In the first of our regular Studio One workshops, we’ll be widening our perspective with M/S processing.
This month, swot up on Live’s library and discover what it can do to make your life easier.
The spotlight turns to Logic’s MIDI features, as we solve a data-merging problem and offer step-by-step advice on automation recording with hardware control.
If you’re not careful, you could find that your Pro Tools HDX upgrade leaves you without your favourite plug-ins...
New vistas appear for Reason users, with the arrival of Rack Extensions...
We explain how to get the best from Samplitude’s unique object-based effects.
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Love it or hate it, ‘hard’ pitch correction is still a much used technique — and it’s simple with Sonar’s V-Vocal.
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