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Watch How to Fix The Timing Of Multi-Track Drums in Logic Pro X

So, the timing isn’t great in that drum performance you recorded? No need to call the drummer back. Logic Pro X’s Flex Tools can rescue most situations.

Audio Editing with FL Studio’s Edison

When it comes to audio editing in FL Studio, Edison is my go-to tool. It’s bundled with great features to edit and even manipulate your audio. Let’s take a look at how it ticks.

Creative Side Chaining Techniques in Logic Pro X

Adding motion to static sounding tracks in your song can transform them into something more interesting. Here's 3 tips on using Side Chain in creative ways to add movement, stutter & groove in Logic.

Here’s How To Improve Your Mixes Using Sends & Returns

In this enlightening short video tutorial on Sends & Returns, Joe Albano demystifies the confusion that surrounds the signal flow when mixing audio and music..

5 Tips for Producing Deep House

Learn how to take your deep house productions to the next level with these 5 tips from producer and DJ, Sara Simms.

Watch How to Create The Vocoder Effect With iZotope's VocalSynth

In this video tutorial from his complete course on iZotope’s new  VocalSynth plug-in, Rishabh Rajan demonstrates how to get the most from the Vocoder section's controls.

Nine Reasons to Get Excited About Reason 9

Propellerhead's Reason 8 release was arguably a foundation for future improvements & tech with not many bells and whistles. But Reason 9 has plenty of reasons to get you excited. Here's 9 of them.

VCA Groups and Faders in Logic Pro X: What, Why, and How?

In Logic Pro X 10.1, a feature was added that was long requested by Pro Tools converts, called VCA groups. At the time I didn't see what the fuss was about... Here's why it is a big deal.

Music Theory & Production Tips: Creating Vocal Harmonies

There's more to creating good vocal harmonies than just using pitch shifting software. In this tutorial, Joe Albano takes us through the basic concepts and considerations you need to know.

8 Tips For Choosing The Right DAW For You

Choosing your DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) like Ableton Live, Logic, Cubase, or FL Studio, can be confusing. These 8 tips are designed to help you decide on the right audio software for your needs.

Ableton Tutorial: Automatically De-Noise Audio Without 3rd-Party Plug-Ins

Ableton Live is a treasure trove for musicians, sound designers and audio editors. It turns out you can create a de-noise module without 3rd party plug-ins if you know how. Joshua Casper shows how!

Demystifying The Confusion Around Loudness, Metering & Levels

There's lots of confusion about loudness and metering it these days. Decibels are bewildering enough, and terms like LUKS, LUFS, LU, LRA and dBTP don't help much. Here is what we need to know.

Setting Up and Using VCAs in PreSonus Studio One

VCA (voltage controlled amplifier) channel gain controls have made their way over from analog consoles into PreSonus' Studio One. Here's how to set them up and take advantage of their features.

A Guide to Building Synths in Reaktor, Part 4

In this NI Reaktor tutorial mini-series, Rishabh Rajan shows how to build your own synthesizer from scratch. In part 4, we focus on the high pass filter section of the synth.

4 Reasons to Love & Use More Than One DAW

It's becoming more and more common for producers and engineers to use multiple digital audio workstations. Matt Vanacoro presents 4 compelling reasons to use Ableton, Logic, Sonar & Pro Tools.