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Cubase celebrates a milestone birthday with an update that makes almost every aspect of the program slicker and easier to use.
Can a single DAW really perform well on laptop, tablet and mobile phone?
With the fundamentals covered in previous versions, Studio One 4 branches out to explore new creative possibilities.
After almost a decade in the wilderness, the original loop-based sequencer is back. But is Acid still the best?
With Live 10, Ableton’s aim is to make the music‑making process as smooth as possible. Have they succeeded?
Harrison’s MixBus promises the sound and user experience of a large-format console, at approximately one-thousandth the price!
Acoustica’s alternative Windows DAW continues to evolve, with a new audio engine and some intriguing new features.
Korg have created a synth production studio that works on all your devices. Could this be your new second DAW?
Offline effects and new playlist functionality are just two of the highlights of Apple’s latest Logic update.
While we have a large number of DAW/sequencers to choose from in the desktop world, mobile music producers are perhaps less well served. Enter AEMS...
Bitwig Studio 2 blurs the lines between sequencer, synthesizer and DAW, with an advanced and very flexible modulation system.
GarageBand For iOS continues to impress as it becomes more sophisticated; and while you likely won’t finish a full production with this app, it’s becoming an increasingly good sketchpad — especially with the increased Logic interoperability.
The latest update to Cubase sees Steinberg’s DAW embrace single-window working and integrated sampling.
With clever new tempo-mapping features and low-level Melodyne integration, time and pitch are now putty in the hands of Samplitude users!
Steinberg update Cubasis 2 with real-time time-stretching and a “carefully redesigned user interface”, which amounts to a flatter, cleaner design that’s a little crisper and more pleasing to the eye than previous versions.
Propellerhead’s latest Reason update adds features you never knew you wanted — but which you might find indispensible.
The latest Cubase update connects Steinberg’s DAW to the cloud, but also brings plenty of improvements for earthbound users.
If you’re looking for a PC music creation environment that’s affordable, powerful and easy to use, Acoustica’s Mixcraft 7 ticks all the boxes.