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    Pro Tools Explained: Part 2

    Tips & Tricks

    Simon Price continues his look at Pro Tools, focusing this month on the software and how it can be used in the studio alongside other MIDI + Audio recording and editing applications.

    Techniques Mar 2001
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    Manipulating Note Lengths

    Steinberg Cubase Tips & Techniques

    The facilities that Cubase offers for manipulating note legnths may not be amongst its most exciting features, but as this month's Cubase Notes demonstrates, they can prove to be invaluable.

    Techniques Mar 2001
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    Pro Tools Explained: Part 1

    Tips & Tricks

    Simon Price begins a three-part series designed to demystify that staple of modern music production, Pro Tools. This month, he looks at the various components that make up Digidesign's systems.

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    Studio Module

    Steinberg Cubase Tips & Techniques

    The Studio Module allows PC and Atari users to select configurations and patch names for their synths within Cubase. Paul Nagle guides you through the basics of creating a Studio Module setup.

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    Using Folders & Screensets

    Logic Notes

    This month, we look at using folders and screensets, as well as showing the Score window needn't be a no-go area for guitarists.

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    Logic Edit Function, Part 2

    Steinberg Cubase Tips & Techniques

    Continuing his in-depth explaination of the Logical Edit functions of Cubase in Easy Mode, Paul Sellars looks this month at the role of the Processing stage settings, in conjunction with the Filter and Function operation, before moving on to the greater complexities of Expert mode...

    Techniques Jan 2001
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    Transform Window

    Logic Notes

    Logic's Transform window is often under-used, due to its apparent complexity. John Walden explains all.

    Techniques Jan 2001
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    Customising Multi Instruments

    Logic Notes

    Paul White looks at how to customise Multi Instruments for a faster and more creative sequencing experience.

    Techniques Dec 2000
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    Logical Edit Function: Part 1

    Steinberg Cubase Tips & Techniques

    This month's Cubase tips column focuses on one of the sequencer's most powerful but under-used features, the Logical Edit function. Paul Sellars begins a two-part explanation of its operation.

    Techniques Dec 2000
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    Arpeggiator Tips

    Logic Notes

    In the first of our new regular software columns based on the leading sequencer packages, Paul White gets Logic Notes off to a flying start with some invaluable hints and tips.

    Techniques Nov 2000
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    Scale Correction

    Steinberg Cubase Tips & Techniques

    The music production software we now use has become so sophisticated that valuable features and techniques can often go unused simply through unfamiliarity. With this in mind, SOS has added new regular monthly columns dedicated to making the most of the leading programs. In this inaugural Cubase Notes, Martin Walker explains the use of the Scale Correction feature.

    Techniques Nov 2000
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    Using Key Commands In Emagic's Logic

    Tips & Tricks

    Computer-based MIDI + Audio sequencers have been popular for several years now, but some people have never been entirely happy using a digital rodent to control their main recording hardware. John Walden looks for ways out of the mouse trap by using key commands in Emagic's Logic.

    Techniques Jun 2000
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    Minimising MIDI & Audio Timing Problems In Computer Sequencers

    Tips & Tricks

    Although MIDI + Audio sequencing packages on both Mac and PC are becoming ever more powerful, 'the timing was tighter on my Atari' is still a common complaint. Paul White looks at ways of tightening it up, with additional PC information by Martin Walker.

    Techniques Mar 2000
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    Using Mixermaps In Steinberg's Cubase Sequencer

    Tips & Tricks

    The facility to construct sophiticated arrangements of virtual faders, knobs and buttons, and use them to control studio equipment via MIDI, is one of Cubase's most powerful features — but also one of its most under-used. Paul Sellars explains how to make Mixermaps work for you.

    Techniques Dec 1999
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    Using Sample Loops With Logic Audio

    Tips & Techniques

    Paul White and Paul Joyner explain how to import samples directly to your Mac from an audio CD with Logic Audio — a technique which can be adapted for use with most popular MIDI + Audio sequencers.

    Techniques Feb 1999
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    Introduction To Cubase: Part 1

    Structure Of Cubase & The 'Arrange' Window

    Simon Millward kicks off a new series designed to give beginners a solid grounding in the use of Steinberg's flagship software package.

    Techniques Sep 1995

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