Posts with tag music-recording-software

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Audiffex inTone2 Bridges Stage and Studio with Free ‘lite’ Version

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."

5 of the Best Platforms to Make Music Software

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.

Remote Music Collaboration Software Roundup

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.

Reader Poll: Your Favorite DAW

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.

13 Ways to Make Learning Music Software Less Scary

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.

Gobbler 2.0 Beta Arrives

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.

Learn All About Recording Sound with AskVideo

Recording is easy, right? Just hit the button and BOOM, you’re an engineer! But what is actually happening? Watch this course by Joe Albano and learn the science of recording!

How to Achieve 'True' Zero-Latency Monitoring in Your DAW

Latency is part & parcel of everyday life when recording and mixing in our DAWs. Joe Albano gives a thorough tour of what latency is and the different ways to reduce its impact when monitoring.

Review: Bitwig Studio

We've been playing with Bitwig Studio 1.0 for a long time (see AskVideo's 3 Bitwig Studio courses published in sync with release!) and it's a special DAW. Find out why in this review.

Creating An Analog Front-End For DAW Recording

Most of us have an in-the-box software-based solution for recording, editing and mixing. And that's great. But, if you're missing that analog warmth, here's how you can add that to your DAW setup.

Best Music Recording Software

Logic Takes Over the Music World When Apple bought Logic from Emagic in July of 2002, the audio world took a big breath and wondered what would happen next. Until that time, Apple's line of Pro Creati