If you’re choosing a new audio interface or a new computer, what are the pros and cons of the many different connection protocols that are on offer?
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Techniques: Computer Recording System
Anything you record into a computer takes time to reappear at your speakers. We show you ways to tackle these delays.
Getting the jitters about your digital clocking? Don't know your AES from your EBU? Then read on.
Many of us feel compelled to regularly change our PCs in line with the demands of the latest software. But, depending on our requirements, an older PC may still be more than capable of doing a great job, as PC Musician discovers this month.
The totally software studio, with sound quality at least as good as that offered by studio hardware, is now more feasible than ever before. But what are the factors to consider if you're going to go completely 'soft'?
We demystify the powerful internal routing and mixing engine within Emu's recent popular range of computer audio interfaces.
A frequently recurring question from new sequencer/DAW users is what else they need to set up a complete studio. We show you how to create the most simple usable system, and how to expand and adapt it to more demanding applications.
We show how you can use well-known Soundscape features in unusual manners, plus more in-depth explanation of some specific Soundscape functions, including details of how to use VST and Direct X plug-ins to process Soundscape audio.
With the recent announcement of Yamaha's keenly priced 01X Music Production Studio, it looks as though mLAN, the Firewire-based protocol for multi-channel digital audio and MIDI, might be about to come of age. We take an early look at the new system.