Analog gear never went away, and its popularity is on the rise again. So in a world of digital, why would you turn to the analog domain? Here are 5 good reasons...
The sound of analog gear is as popular as ever, but integrating it into your DAW setup might seem daunting. Not so, as Joe Albano explains in this handy guide.
Working primarily inside the computer still requires some audio cabling for recording and monitoring. In this short video, Joe Albano explains the different ways you can set it up.
Packing a huge amount of connectivity into a 1U rack unit, Antelope Audio's Orion 32+, Gen 3 Interface And AD/DA Converter is great news for serious recording musicians and producers.
Recording is a mixture of art and science, but you can always benefit from some experienced producer's pro help. Here are 7 top tips to help you get even better takes.
Some people spend a fortune on music gear and while that’s a nice option to have, not everyone can flash quite so much cash. Here are some tips for building a system without breaking the bank.
Acoustica tell us their Mixcraft music production and multitrack recording software adds new content, more controller support and feature enhancements in version 7.5, including Windows 10 support.
How can one of "The Internet of Things" be applied to more than home automation appliances? Liam Lacey imagines a world where IOT is relevant to music recording, production & live performance.
Mixcraft 7.1 includes new loops and drum samples from LA-based producers Dj Puzzle and Shok, feature enhancements for a more stable performance and better audio engine enhancements.
Richard Scheufler describes inTone2 by Audiffex as "an intuitive software application that allows me to use the same sounds I use on stage while I’m practising at home."
If you're reading this you're probably making music. But, have you ever wanted to make your own music software? It might be easier than you think. Liam Lacey outlines 5 platforms you should consider.
In the space of a few short years online music collaboration software has begun to really take off. Gary Hiebner takes a look at the most interesting apps and services available for collaborators now.
Do you have time to answer a super quick question? Tell us which is your favorite DAW (digital audio workstation). You'll see the running results after you've entered your answer.
It's Halloween today, and high time we banish the fear and focus on empowerment. Here's 13 quick tips on how to make learning music software less scary than it might be.
If you want to focus on the creative side of music making, still stay organised, protect your digital music projects and share and collaborate across the world remotely, Gobbler 2.0 is for you.