Your Cubase project is recorded, mixed and mastered... but is it secure?
As of version 12.2, all Pro Tools users now get powerful features like VCA Master tracks, Advanced Metering and the Disk Cache.
Reaktor and other NI plug-ins have been staples in most of my musical efforts. This month I’ve brought together a bunch of tips for getting started working with these alongside Reason.
Originally developed by Camel Audio, Alchemy is the most exciting new virtual instrument to be bundled with Logic for a long time. It is one of the most feature–packed synthesizers on the market, and includes many different synthesis types...
Get creative with Sonar’s new Universal Routing Technology...
Even complex audio recordings can be conformed to Studio One’s timeline — with very useful results.
Efficient management of Cubase’s Workspaces can be a great help when you need to work quickly.
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We investigate the creative potential of Mid-Sides processing in Live.
Combining dynamics processing with Logic Pro X’s reverbs and other plug-ins can produce some very creative ducking effects.
Unlike most DAWs, Reaper can be run from an external drive without leaving a trace on the host machine!
The latest native Pro Tools versions offer powerful features that were once restricted to HD systems.
Sample your own instruments in Sonar.
Studio One offers all the tools you need to derive endless variations from a simple loop.
Whether archiving projects, creating stems or saving CPU resources, Cubase 8’s Render In Place feature has you covered.
Pro Tools 12 makes radical improvements to the way inputs and outputs are handled, which benefit all users.
Studio One 3’s new Channel Editor opens up a host of possibilities, including creative M-S processing.
We get tactile with Ableton Live’s 64 Pad Drum Rack.
Tidy away unused instruments and effects and put your favourites within easy reach with Logic’s Plug-in Manager.
Cut the cord and make music with just your laptop and Reason.
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