So you've fixed some of your solo producer bad behaviors... but there are more ways you could improve! In this new instalment, Joe Albano explains how.
MIDI... you know all about it, right? Everyone does. Well here are a few things that you may not have known about this ubiquitous technology...
Ever wondered what exactly Logic's audio preferences do? Wonder no more, as Joe Albano demystifies them!
Imagine if you could move sections of audio between clips without messing about with exports and imports? Well now in Bitwig Studio 2, you can!
Reverb is a staple of music production, but how much do you really know about the different types? This handy guide will help you sort your chambers from your plates...
Do self-built motion sensors for Ableton Live sound wildly futuristic? Well the future is now! Here's a step-by-step guide on how to build your own.
Traktor's effects can be tailored to suit many kinds of music performance. Here, Sara Simms shares her secrets for great-sounding techno FX with audio examples.
You’ve spent lots of time writing, recording, arranging and mixing your track. When the time comes to export it from Cubase, here are some pro tips to help you do it correctly.
Wireless is definitely the wave of the future. It's quick, easy and usually painless! G.W Childs shows you some creative ways to use these devices that you might not have though of.
Don't be daunted by this powerful synthesizer. Thavius Beck is here to show you how to work with kits quickly and easily - plus a whole lot more!
You can take opportunities every single day to train your ears to help your production skills. Shane Berry explains how everyday life can be the perfect training ground.
Android hasn’t always been the go-to platform for music makers, but things are changing. Here’s a guide to some of the best audio tools available for Android users.
Sytrus is great for all kinds of synth sounds but it's especially good for bass. Gary Hiebner walks you through creating a heavy bass patch.
A good pair of cans is essential for almost every music setup. But how can you choose the ones that are right for you?
Reason’s Player devices take simple MIDI input and turn it into chords, scales and arpeggios. Here’s how to get great results from the arpeggiator with minimal effort!