Almost four years ago I reviewed a drum-tuning app for iOS from RTSixty Ltd. Essentially a ‘guitar tuner’ for...
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Levels from Mastering The Mix is a refreshing alternative, presenting the metering tools that are needed in today’s loudness-normalised world in an affordable, easy-to-use package.
What matters in today’s music business is not how loud your mixes are, but how dynamic. This clever new plug-in helps you get them into the zone.
Audiofile Engineering’s powerful batch processor can really speed up those repetitive tasks for Mac users.
Microsoft’s latest OS offers potential benefits for musicians and recording engineers — but is now the right time to move to Windows 10?
The first step towards treating room acoustics is identifying the problem areas — and that’s where FuzzMeasure can help.
This useful piece of software can help you streamline your projects and preserve precious system resources.
I discovered this very handy software, created by the makers of AA Translator almost by accident after searching for a way of batch–interleaving pairs of mono WAV files.
Flux FX ambitious iOS guitar effect processor. Cubase iC Pr controller app.
It’s becoming ever more important to monitor the loudness of music mixes, and Nugen Audio’s MasterCheck makes it easy.
Learning Cycling ’74’s Max presents a challenge even if you’re used to other music software. Is this new version easier to get to grips with?
An oft–overlooked advantage of analogue working methods is sensible metering. MeterPlugs’ K–Meter brings the same approach to your DAW.
An innovative new plug‑in makes it easy to tell when louder isn't better!
This month we look at a two iOS Apps - Pulse Code Modular and Stage Traxx.
Apps for your Tablet: Waldorf Nave synth, Pocket Audio Tools and Grain Science's granular synth.
Computers may have taken over every aspect of the recording process, but they still can't help you write a good song. Or can they? The people behind Masterwriter certainly think so...
As the name suggests, FXpansion's utility allows VST effects and Instruments to be used in Pro Tools, but how well does it really work?
Multi-gigabyte sample libraries offer unprecedented realism and lots of potential for confusion. Redmatica's neat OS X utility allows Emagic EXS24 users to tame their unruly sample collections.
DVD-Audio offers high-resolution digital audio and surround sound, but authoring packages have been too costly for the home studio - until now.
Ever found yourself really needing a particular sample CD-ROM, only to find that it's not available for your sampler? Or perhaps you want to back up your sample programs in proprietary CD formats? Chicken Systems' PC utility Translator may be able to help.