Mastering for vinyl has its own special set of considerations. Luckily Joe Albano is here to demystify the process using some specialised plugins from the Waves Abbey Road Collection.
People might listen to your music on any one of thousands of devices. Here’s why you should listen back on as many as possible, and an insider tip on how to shortcut straight to the end of the process
Korg’s ARP ODYSSEi app brings the classic sound of the ARP hardware to iOS for the first time. Here’s how to quickly build a patch and tweak it for great results.
Test out different arrangements of a project without lots of tedious copying and pasting by simply using Cubase's handy Arranger Track.
Using different sampling techniques can make a world of difference when it comes to the end results. Find out why in this tutorial from G.W Childs...
Knowing how much power - even dedicated DSP power - your plugins are using can be crucial to deciding how to proceed with a mix, as Alex Solano explains in relation to the Universal Audio Neve bundle.
Selection based processing opens up whole new worlds in Logic Pro X 10.3. Darren Burgos shows you some practical examples of how it works.
Different playing modes can affect the way your performances sound. Joe Albano breaks down how mono and legato modes work in modern instruments.
Steve H shows you all the new features in the latest update to Logic Pro X, from Track Alternatives to
The sound of tape can lend warmth and authenticity to your tracks. Here's how to get the analog effect using digital tools.
Get a great retro sound without the hassle of owning a hulking beast of a keyboard - go virtual!
Arranging your jazz horns is equal parts art and science. Learn about how the masters did it with this quick tutorial.
Getting a great vocal sound is easier when you know some production tricks. Double tracking is a good one to have in your toolbox!
Making your own samples can be fun and even profitable. Here are some great tips to get you started.
Grooves can be used to change the feel of any part, and they’re quick and easy to work with. AfroDJMac shows you how in this short video.