If you need to make gentle fixes to the timing of your vocal tracks, severely tighten the timing or pitch, or create realistic double tracks from one performance, then Revoice Pro 3 is for you.
Ever wondered what it'd be like for your music career to get a recording contract? Focusrite and Caroline Records are giving you the chance to do just that. Check out the video. It's easy to enter!
Cubase has always been one of the most powerful DAWs when it comes to MIDI programming, but did you know you don’t even need a keyboard to create beats and melodies? Read on to find out how it works…
Logic Pro X 10.1 and Logic Remote 1.2 were interesting releases introducing new functionality. Apogee are quick off the mark to announce their interfaces are fully controllable from both.
Skynet Prototype from Bluezone Corporation is a 900 MB sound effect library designed for movies and games with a futuristic, mechanical, robotic and military slant.
Live electronica duo Skinnerbox's collection of Max for Live devices encourage experimentation with drum sound-design and pattern creation. The Sound Tutor gets his groove on to explore it in depth.
If you're waiting to open your wallet to get hold of Arturia's AudioFuse audio interface, then why not try and win one in the meantime... here's how.
If you've ever felt shy about opening up Logic Pro's Event List, it's time to take some courage. In fact, it's not a scary place and can be incredibly useful as Jay Asher explains here.
With live sound and recording engineers as their audience, Waves Audio have released a rather nifty multitrack recorder called Tracks Live. It's free... yes, as in lunch and packs a punch or two.
The app formerly known as LivKontrol has been renamed and re-designed from the ground up with innovative new features for controlling Ableton Live AND MIDI hardware from an iOS or Android tablet.
Until 22nd March, 2015, you can grab 20% off on the excellent VocAlign, Revoice 3 and Titan at the Synchro Arts website. More details below...
In this new mini-series, Joe Albano demystifies the science of studio acoustics. Part 1 deals with common room issues and applies to all of us who have home or pro recording and mixing studio spaces.
In no particular order, here are seven "workhorse" (also known as 'essential') virtual synths every self-respecting producer and musician should have, or consider having in the opinion of GW Childs.
Roland's latest plug-out synth, Roland ProMars, is based on the original warm 1979 vintage hardware model. The ProMars is VST & AU compatible and has additional features for SYSTEM-1 users.
If you want the sound of a vintage Korg MS-20 MKII in a multi-sample Ableton Live pack... perfectly looped samples, oh, and you want it to be FREE too? Cluster Sound are here to help.