Get more done in less time, with these workflow tips for Cubase 7.
After introducing the Dynamic Split function in August's Reaper column we revisit it for this tutorial to cut up a recording into a series of short samples.
Learn how to mimic a classic analogue tape delay with Live's Looper device.
Get acquainted with Logic Pro X's slick new Arpeggiator.
Now that Pro Tools 11 has been available for a while, is it living up to its promise?
A little preparation in Reason should see you ready for anything.
When your recorded kick drum sound is lacking, Studio One offers numerous ways to beef it up.
Migrating Your Plug-ins & Settings To Sonar X3.
With the Chord Track, even the most keyboard-phobic and ham-fisted of composers can play in their piano parts!
Nearly 30 years into its history, Mark Of The Unicorn's flagship recording package makes its first appearance as a Windows application. How worried should MOTU's competitors be?
Trouble finding your groove? Come with us as we dive into Live's Groove Pool...
Discover untold creative possibilities with Logic's powerful new MIDI plug-ins.
If you rely on Pro Tools, it's worth taking steps to avoid RSI.
Understanding Reason's Patch Browser can help you to work faster and more efficiently.
Craft the perfect take using Sonar X3's new Track Lanes.
A free upgrade to Studio One offers several welcome new features.
Cubase's StepDesigner offers a surprising amount of creative potential.
Track grouping is one of Live's most powerful tools for managing your tracks in both Session and Arrangement view.
Make modern electronic beats with Logic's Drummer.
Freed from the limitations of working within a web browser, the new iLok License Manager also offers a much improved user interface.
Join us as we explore the unexpected creative possibilities of Reason 7's effects.
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