Create a custom channel strip, complete with controls, in Reaper’s Mixer.
Get creative with Sonar’s cabinet convolution processor in TH3.
We help you get the best from PreSonus’s new Symphonic Orchestra instrument for Studio One.
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We look at how to tame unruly instruments in Ableton Live.
We serve up a tempting menu of little-known Pro Tools tips, including some new features in 12.6.
Reason has finally embraced VST support. We tell you what you need to know...
Stretch, shrink and manipulate MIDI data with Sonar’s new Transform tool.
The new Studio One v3.5 upgrade is short on gimmicks and long on real improvements. Here’s what’s new.
Re-sculpt your bass guitar recordings with DI simulation, insert effects and part doubling in Logic Pro X.
Cubase’s natural home may be the recording studio, but you can also use it for on-stage improvisation.
We show you why Live’s Amp and Cabinet effects aren’t just for guitarists.
Which audio interface is right for you and your Pro Tools system?
A new Rack Extension, Grid64g, adds X0X-style step sequencing to Reason instruments.
Sonar’s new MIDI Track Pane makes automation easy!
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Craft a vintage bass guitar sound using Logic Pro X’s built-in amp modelling plug-ins.
Cubase 9 Pro’s Frequency EQ plug-in can do everything from gentle tone shaping to delicate mid-sides surgery.
We look at how audio clips can be repurposed in Ableton Live.
Kong is more than just a drum machine: it’s Reason’s secret weapon for dynamic performance with loops and breaks.
Get the best out of Sonar’s surprisingly powerful Sonitus Modulator plug-in.
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