Many of DP's emulated guitar pedals offer even more than the real thing!
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Techniques: Digital Performer
From shred to salsa, Digital Performer's amp modelling tools can cater for any guitar style.
Digital Performer’s Chunks window makes it easy to reorder, build, and recombine musical material.
We explore DP’s tools for applying pitch-correction, harmony generation, pitch-quantising and pitch effects to vocal tracks.
We explain how to use Digital Performer’s comping tools to assemble a killer vocal take.
When screen space is at a premium, it’s time to customise Digital Performer’s user interface.
Adding a master fader to Digital Performer’s Mixing Board makes many mixing and mastering tasks easier.
Enjoy the creative possibilities of taking Digital Performer’s bundled plug–ins out of their comfort zone.
Understanding DP's projects and sequences can help you develop, archive and protect your hard work!
MOTU's Digital Performer 8 includes some neat new plug-ins — many with applications beyond the obvious.
Nearly 30 years into its history, Mark Of The Unicorn's flagship recording package makes its first appearance as a Windows application. How worried should MOTU's competitors be?
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Spruce up your soundstage with DP8's new Ensemble Chorus and Spatial Maximizer plug-ins.
DP still has its full share of virtual guitar amps and pedals, reverb and chorus plug-ins — but version 8 also introduced some quality problem-solvers.
DP8 for Mac has finally arrived — so here’s an upgrader’s guide to some of its new features.
As we wait with bated breath for the release of DP8, let’s revise some core DP techniques…
Find out how to harness the flexibility of DP’s user interface without being drowned in windows.
It's a moment we thought would never happen: DP meets Windows...
Get up and running with MOTU’s MachFive 3, an ideal software sampler partner for Digital Performer.