Cubase has a wealth of creative record modes for capturing MIDI. Matt Hepworth shows you how to build up your tracks using MIDI Merge.
A streamlined production process means Genki Instruments has cut prices on its innovative controller. Plus there's a full release of its companion app, Softwave.
Monogram took everything they learned from Palette Gear and updated it in every way imaginable to create Monogram Creative Console for all creative editors.
Flexible MIDI routing, new presets and two pattern effect slots per row are just some of the new features in the latest update to this nifty MIDI plug-in effect.
This forthcoming Apple Watch app looks like it could be just the ticket for synth heads... so what's the deal with controlling synths from your wrist?
If you've sat there and wished that Roland's TR-8S drum machine had its own dedicated MIDI editor that allowed you to automate all controls and store presets in your DAW then you'll love this!
If you've ever been confused by the terminology around studio connections - TRS, S/PDIF, MegaOhms and more - then worry not. Joe Albano is here to make everything clear.
These MIDI tips for Logic Pro X go beyond the basics - how many of them did you know about?
Learn everything you need to know about recording and editing MIDI in Presonus Studio One 4 in this comprehensive new course.
Do you know the difference between MIDI events and regions, and how each one is affected by quantization? Find out in this video.
Check out the live video of Choke playing the track "Money" on this monster MIDI sequencer. Here's what you can do with GRIDI.
Here's how to harness the power of the Note section and its tools to quickly and easily create variations on your beats, chords and melodies - with just a few clicks.
MIDI is extremely flexible, but using it to its fullest potential means being aware of some of the less obvious pitfalls you can encounter when editing. Joe Albano shares his expert tips.
ROLI's Lightpad Block is fully customisable, and you don't need to be a coding expert to do it. Liam Lacey shows you how to hack this powerful hardware.
Performing lots of small, tedious tasks in Cubase is a thing of the past once you discover the Project Logical Editor and its ability to batch process all kinds of actions.