Rory Dow, Ableton fiend, explores 5 (well 6 really, but who's counting?) Max for Live devices that take Ableton Live into new creative realms for music creation. Check them out inside.
Hollin Jones goes all out with the tips you need to know in Reason 6 to program and create Dubstep beats using the included Dubstep REX loops.
After exploring the differences between Timecode and MIDI Beat Clock, David Earl moves on to show how to sync two Macs running MainStage. For a fail-safe live performance rig this tip is unbeatable!
Native Instruments' Battery comes with excellent kits, but you can go one step further and create your own, too. Mo Volans shows you all the steps needed and includes the kit as a FREE download!
Toby Pitman has created an entire cinematic-style loop construction kit exclusively for Hub members. Log-in/sign-up for a free account to download them now! Not to be missed!!
Logic Pro's Mixer provides a ton of useful views, but some users are still left wanting more. Jay Asher comes to the rescue with this tip on how to customize mixer views using… the Environment!
In a film, bad video quality is bad. Bad sound quality is even worse! Hollin Jones takes you through the essential steps needed to edit audio from Adobe Premiere in Adobe Audition.
ReWire allows you to get the best of both worlds by using Reason or Ableton Live along with other ReWire hosts such as Logic Pro or Pro Tools. Mike Watkinson shows you how to get connected.
So you've got a shiny new Mac, the latest Mac OS running in 64-bit mode. Potentially musicians can utilize almost unlimited amounts of RAM, right? Mo Volans shows how to make the most of 64-bit mode!
Learn how to set up side-chaining in Logic Pro with David Earl. Using the EVOC 20 (Logic's Vocoder Synth), David shows how following signal flow will help to set up side-chaining super quick.
Learn the essential process of sampling in Propellerhead Reason (in this case using ReDrum) with Hollin Jones.
Wouldn't it be great if you could add random elements to your compositions so no two audition would ever sound the same? You can! Gary Hiebner opens up the generative side of Ableton Live (PART 2).
With a few simple tricks and a copy of Pro Tools 10 almost any sound can be created. Mike Watkinson shows how—using Vacuum & Structure Free—you can produce a wobble Dubstep bass.
Darren Burgos gets his chops together in this step by step on how to quickly create Electro and Dubstep style stop/chop audio effects using Take Folders in Logic Pro.
Find out the essentials on NI's flexible modulation system in Native Instruments' Massive. Mo Volans takes it step by step in this guide on how to build your own effects.