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    Cubase's Play Order Track

    Steinberg Cubase Tips & Techniques

    Cubase's Play Order Track is a powerful, but often overlooked, facility that is a Godsend for songwriters, composers and remixers alike.

    Techniques Mar 2007
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    Distributed Processing With Digital Performer

    MIDI Networking

    Unlike Logic, DP doesn't have any sort of distributed processing scheme, but by using additional Macs in your DP setup, with a network connection between them, you can achieve a similar result. Here's how it's done.

    Techniques Mar 2007
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    EVOC20 Vocoding

    Logic Notes & Techniques

    We attempt to demystify the EVOC20 vocoder plug-in and suggest ways in which it could be useful in all kinds of music, not just as a tool to produce silly robot noises!

    Techniques Mar 2007
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    Setting Up PT Preferences

    Pro Tools Tips & Techniques

    It takes five minutes to set up your Pro Tools Preferences, but getting them right can smooth your workflow and even allow you to run more tracks from your hard drive.

    Techniques Mar 2007
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    Hacking Remote Files In Reason

    Reason Notes & Techniques

    If Remote support has not been added for your favourite MIDI controller, consider doing it yourself.

    Techniques Mar 2007
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    Designing Cubase Synth Pads

    Cubase Tips & Techniques

    Creating your own synth patches is one way to add a unique element to your music projects. We look at how you can get started designing your own pad sounds using the VST Instruments supplied with Cubase.

    Techniques Feb 2007
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    Designing Cubase Synth Pads | Audio Files

    Hear For Yourself

    Creating your own synth patches is one way to add a unique element to your music projects. This month we look at how can you can get started designing your own pad sounds using the VST Instruments supplied with Cubase.

    Techniques . Feb 2007
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    Integrating MIDI Hardware with Ableton Live

    Live Notes & Technique

    This month, we look at how to connect, control and record hardware MIDI instruments using Live.

    Techniques Feb 2007
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    Pitch Correction with Logic

    Logic Notes & Technique

    Automatic tuning is synonymous with many things, good and bad. We take a look at Logic's Pitch Correction tool and then examine what Auto-Tune can add.

    Techniques Feb 2007
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    Using Intel Mac Audio Hardware with DP 5

    Digital Performer Tips & Techniques

    We update you on changes to new Macs' built-in audio hardware, then take a look at how Bundles can help users of older and current Macs alike to easily reconfigure their audio I/O.

    Techniques Feb 2007
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    Using Fades & Crossfades

    Pro Tools Tips & Techniques

    If you edit audio in Pro Tools, you need to know about fades and crossfades. As well as being vital editing tools, they can also be used in surprisingly creative ways...

    Techniques Feb 2007
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    Exploring Audiosnap in Sonar 6

    Sonar Notes & Technique

    One of the biggest new additions in Sonar 6, Audiosnap, is a powerful time-stretching audio toolkit promising better-quality stretching and enhanced controllability. This month we'll explain the basics of using the new tools, following up next month with some real-world applications.

    Techniques Feb 2007
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    Using Reason Live: Part 3

    Live Looping With Dr:Rex

    This month we look at a Combinator building project that allows you to mix and manipulate loops on the fly.

    Techniques Feb 2007
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    Track Presets

    Cubase Tips & Techniques

    Track Presets might not add anything to the sonic possibilities offered within Cubase 4 but Steinberg have been very keen to blow this particular marketing trumpet. So just what can Track Presets do for you?

    Techniques Jan 2007
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    Using Racks In Ableton Live

    Live Tips & Techniques

    We look at how the new Instrument and Effects Racks in Live 6 stretch the creative possibilities for combining and controlling multiple devices and plug-ins.

    Techniques Jan 2007
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    Using Waveburner: Part 2 | Mastering Your CD

    Logic Notes & Techniques

    This month we discuss in-depth features in Waveburner and look at some of the included plug-ins that can be used to polish up a mastering project.

    Techniques Jan 2007
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    Choosing Channel Strip Plug-ins

    Pro Tools Tips & Techniques

    The trend among plug-in designers is to integrate commonly used processes such as EQ and compression into a single plug-in. It saves on insert slots, but do channel strips offer any other benefits, and which ones stand out from the crowd?

    Techniques Jan 2007
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    Audio Editing Secrets In Digital Performer 5

    Digital Performer Tips & Techniques

    You'll soon be wondering how you ever managed without the audio editing tricks and shortcuts offered by this month's essential DP workshop.

    Techniques Jan 2007
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    Sonar 6: Exploring VC64 Vintage Channel

    Sonar Tips & Techniques

    Sonar 6's new 'channel strip' offers multiple routings that enable techniques such as parallel compression, frequency-conscious dynamics control and side-chaining.

    Techniques Jan 2007
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    Simultaneous Multitrack Audio Exports & Flexible Routing

    Cubase Tips & Techniques

    Limitations to Cubase's audio routing and audio export facilities have always been frustrating, and are still present even in Cubase v4. Thankfully, there are some free or inexpensive third-party solutions...

    Techniques Dec 2006
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    Using Waveburner: Part 1

    The Basics

    Waveburner is bundled free with Logic Pro and offers some significant power in the mastering department. We take a look at the hidden jewel in Apple's crown.

    Techniques Dec 2006

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