MusicTech’s Ableton Live Tutorials will teach you Live 10 from scratch

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MusicTech is pleased to introduce our Ableton Live Tutorials series, in which we offer weekly lessons laying the foundations of Live 10 to help you master the DAW, every Wednesday. Starting with the basics, Liam O’Mullane, our Ableton Live Expert, shows you how to get the ball rolling with Live and explore the interface and […]

PreSonus Studio One 4.6 introduces new amp modelling technology

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PreSonus has updated Studio One to version 4.6, introducing five new State Space-modeled amplifiers to the newly updated Ampire plug-in. The newest version of the award-winning DAW also features version 2.0 of Exchange, an online content-sharing space for Studio One users, which allows them to browse, upload, download, review and preview assets to share with […]

How to make an impact with Studio One’s Impact XT

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One thing that Digital Audio Workstations are often judged on is their onboard instrumentation. As such, many people look to the tools built into their favourite DAW as the key ingredients to a ‘good’ DAW. In this workshop series, we’ll look more in-depth into the built-in instruments and tools in Studio One that can help […]

You can now use the Reason Rack inside Logic Pro X

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One of the distinctive attributes to come from Reason Studio’s latest upgrade to Reason 11 was the Reason Rack. The game-changing feature allows us to now use the best bits of Reason in almost any DAW. Thankfully, that list of compatible DAWs has now expanded thanks to Apple AudioUnit support in Reason 11.1, meaning Logic […]

Logic Pro X Auxiliary Sends broken down

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Using different effects on multiple channels can be a burden on your CPU, and can be detrimental to the organisation of your project. MusicTech’s Logic Pro Tips series continues with our in-house expert, Jono Buchanan, delving into Logic Pro X Auxiliary Sends. He shows you how to route channels to a bus/auxiliary send containing an […]

Understanding mid/side processing in Cubase

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Despite heading towards its 90th birthday and having an ever-increasing number of multi-channel upstarts snapping at its venerable heels, the stereo format remains by far the most widely used channel set-up in music-making. The simple concept of balancing a signal between a left and right sides is easy to work with, delivers a realistic sense […]

Bitwig Studio 3.1 brings a wealth of new pitch and workflow additions

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Bitwig Studio 3 won our hearts earlier this year with the introduction of The Grid. Now, Bitwig Studio 3.1 is set to bring new ways to express musical ideas with extended pitch features, improved editing and workflow improvements and more support for controllers. Perfect Pitch? Micro Pitch is Bitwig’s newest note effects device, allowing for […]

Steinberg premieres Cubase 10.5, promising major workflow improvements

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Steinberg has announced the release of Cubase 10.5, offering new features and improvements to both Pro and Artist versions. The 10.5 update for Cubase elements is set to release in the near future. Following from Cubase 10, the update provides a new synth, new effects and utilities, workflow improvements for audio and video editing, plus […]

Review: Steinberg WaveLab 10

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Price £411 Contact Steinberg Way back in 1995, when studios were built around mixing consoles and the closest most of us could get to digital multi-tracking was via the souped-up videotape recorders that were the Alesis ADAT and Tascam DA-88, Steinberg released the inaugural version of WaveLab. Largely the work of a single developer, Philippe […]

Studio One users can now access multitrack files from major artists

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PreSonus has formed an alliance with Mix The Music to offer the latter company’s multitrack stem service within Studio One. Mix The Music lets you download officially licensed major-label multitrack files, containing stems from Universal Music Group, Fox Film Music, Real World Records and more. This includes music from Ariana Grande, Peter Gabriel, Marvin Gaye, […]