Cubase made its name as a MIDI sequencer for external hardware and that's still a popular way to use it. Matt Hepworth walks you through the building blocks of the setup.
Take control of your MIDI in Live with this specialised pack of MIDI filters, triggers and routers. It's available now for under Â£25.
With a full automatic looping engine, digital and traditional tape loop modes and much more, this could be the only looper you ever need. Here's the details.
Universal Audio's latest update brings three new plugins - a classic preamp, modern autotune and an amp sim. Matt Vanacoro put them to the test and here's what he discovered...
This new software player for VSL libraries represents an improvement over its predecessor in every way. Jay Asher took it for a test drive.
Here's a novel way to combine technology from two different worlds. A 4-track rhythm machine made of LEGO, used to generate techno loops.
You may know Logic Pro's instruments, but have you really been using them to their fullest potential? Matt Vanacoro shows you 5 tricks you might not know about.
Enter the competition for the chance to win special edition ADAM hardware including A7X monitors, SP-5 headphones and T5V speakers. Here's how.
Focusrite's free RedNet Control 2.3 application delivers Red 4Pre, Red 8Pre and Red 16Line interface control over Thunderbolt. Here's what you need to know.
Get a quick guide to everything you need to know to capture DI electric guitar in Logic Pro and use Amp Designer to find a great tone. This video shows you how.
This time around, the subject is pedals and how they are used in all kinds of musical workflows, not just for guitarists. Here's what you need to know about Pedal Crush.
With the ground-up rebuild of NI's flagship soft synth getting closer to completion, the company has revealed some more of its secrets, form the people directly involved in its creation.
Why is mastering necessary, and how did it change with the move from vinyl to digital? Joe Albano reveals all in this short video.
A slick yet surprisingly feature-packed way to host all your plugins for live performance without a DAW? Yes please, says Matt Vanacoro.
With an FM-based software synthesizer based on the Game Boy Advance's 16 MHz CPU, a sequencer and plenty of I/O, this new synth looks like it will be a lot of fun.