Earlier this year we bid a fond farewell to SONAR. It looked to have truly kicked the bucket, that is until BandLab took over the reins and injected life back into the DAW. But how is it doing now?
Learn everything you need to know about recording and editing MIDI in Presonus Studio One 4 in this comprehensive new course.
One of the many features of the upgraded and enhanced macProVideo.com is the ability for anyone to watch up to five tutorial videos per day - completely free. Here's how.
If you're in the market for a hardware controller with touch-sensitive motorized faders for under £450 the new 2nd-generation Icon Pro Audio QCon Pro G2 should be on your shopping list.
Get the absolute maximum out of your Yamaha Montage and MODX hardware with these free software add-ons - some are only free for a limited time so act now!
Understanding the basics of setting up your projects means smoother workflow and moving more quickly to recording. Here's how it's done in Studio One 4.
Generate endless variations on beats, melodies and patterns for software and hardware using this innovative MIDI tool for Mac, PC and iOS.
See how Matt Vanacoro uses UAD's Century Tube and Apollo Twin units to record in his studio with this hands-on video tutorial.
With 8 ins and 4 outs, dual independent headphones and a generous software bundle, M-Audio's M-Track 8X4M Audio Interface has something for every kind of producer, as Hollin Jones discovered.
Slicing audio into regions so it can be played like an instrument is at the heart of how the MPC software works. This video shows you how it's done.
No matter which DAW you use, here are some universal tips and techniques that will help you streamline your workflow and work smarter, not harder.
A powerful and intuitive 4 Oscillator Subtractive Synthesiser featuring Informative Displays, Editable Step Sequencer, Vocal Filter, Multi Unison, Integrated Distortion and Analog Control.
Use Layers' four modules and library of oscillators sampled from legendary synths to create fat bass sounds and more to punch up your productions.
Huge sample libraries can make finding individual files tedious. Sononym is a totally new way to organise and search your library and as Noah Pred discovered, it really works.
Not only can you choose the price you pay, but half of that amount can be donated to a charity of your choice, in an industry-first model. Here's what you need to know about it.