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Need to give your productions a shot in the arm? Here are 10 ways to make a beat in Logic Pro X.
Perhaps the most versatile track type in Pro Tools is one that you can't even record to!
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Save time and effort with these power-user techniques for Sonar.
The ability to sync delay times and other Studio One parameters to tempo is a fertile source of inspiration.
Make your Cubase mixes pack more punch with master‑bus compression.
We get creative with Live's often overlooked Gate processor.
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The first step to setting up a Pro Tools session is to understand what its different track types are for.
Use Reaper's SWS Extensions to automatically add colour and icons to your tracks.
Studio One's macros can take the legwork out of repetitive tasks.
Use Sonar's editing tools to tighten up your guitar solos.
Make full use of your speakers with these stereo enhancement tips for Cubase.
Release yourself from the computer keyboard with Logic Remote for iPad.
Understanding the role of buses in the Pro Tools mixer opens up powerful routing possibilities.
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