Are delays suffocating your vocal parts? Cubase has the answers!
We show you how to integrate Reason’s new Player modules with Live.
Design and manipulate your own kick drums from scratch using Ultrabeat and Alchemy in Logic Pro X.
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Refresh your musical mojo with Reason 9’s Players.
Comping may get all the attention, but Sonar’s punch options are powerful and fast.
Managing large sessions in any DAW can be tricky. Fortunately, Studio One has the tools to help.
Can you do ‘character’ compression with Cubase’s stock plug-ins? Let's find out...
Things get messy as we explore Live’s numerous distortion effects...
Flex your Logic Pro X muscles with half a dozen more tips and tricks.
The loudness wars might be over, but peak levels in Pro Tools are still important.
We show you how to get the most from Ableton’s Link technology in Reason.
Sonar has several time-saving features that might make the difference between catching an inspiration or losing it.
Studio One has no notation features of its own, but it now forms a perfect pair with PreSonus’s dedicated Notion application.
Steinberg’s dedicated app can turn your iPad into a fine control surface for Cubase.
We delve into the depths of Live’s effects routing.
We offer six Logic Pro X tips and tricks that you might not know about.
After a rocky start, Avid’s Application Manager is now bringing useful features to Pro Tools users.
Give Sonar a makeover with Cakewalk’s new Theme Editor.
Want to incorporate loops into your Samplitude Pro X2 projects? We show you how.
Studio One doesn’t officially support surround mixing — but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible!
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