Tag archive for ‘Host Sequencers’
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By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, September 11th, 2012
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Reason 6.5 Review

For much of its life, Reason was quite unique in the music technology world. It was a MIDI sequencer that didn’t record audio and didn’t have native support for plug-ins but was nonetheless incredibly popular. More...

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By MusicTech.net On Friday, June 15th, 2012
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Tremor Review

While its D:CAM Synth Squad proves that drums aren’t the only thing that FXpansion can do, the company clearly has an affinity for virtual rhythm instruments – BFD2 and Geist are among the best virtual rhythm More...

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By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
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Sonar X1 Expanded

Eqrlier this year, Cakewalk’s flagship DAW underwent a major overhaul that saw a range of new features introduced, notably the new Skylight interface, which makes working with the software more flexible. Never More...

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By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
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Studio One 2 Review

PreSonus has long been renowned for its studio hardware products but in the fall of 2009 surprised us all with the announcement of Studio One, a brand-new DAW. While we were impressed by its ease of use and remarkably More...

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By MusicTech.net On Monday, February 6th, 2012
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Studio One 2

PreSonus has long been renowned for its studio hardware products but in the fall of 2009 surprised us all with the announcement of Studio One, a brand-new DAW. While we were impressed by its ease of use and remarkably More...

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By MusicTech.net On Monday, September 19th, 2011
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HALion 4 Review

Seven years have passed since we reviewed HALion 3, the last version of Steinberg’s virtual sampler.  We found it user-friendly with great-sounding sample content, and summed it up as one of the best software More...

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By MusicTech.net On Thursday, May 19th, 2011
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FL Studio 10 Review

FL Studio has come a long way since the days when it was known as Fruity Loops, evolving from a relatively simple loop-based program into something much more advanced. But it hasn’t lost that playfulness, even More...

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By MusicTech.net On Thursday, June 18th, 2009
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Ableton Live 8

Music Tech Focus Ableton Live 8 available now to order online Buy online for just £9 (UK), £11 (Europe), £14 (USA and World) Ableton’s Live is only eight years old, but it’s already a well-established player More...

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By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, May 12th, 2009
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Pro Tools LE 8

By comparison to some of the other DAWs, Pro Tools is a slow, ponderous beast. In the six years that MTM has been publishing, this is only the second major upgrade to the software (version 6 was reviewed in Issue More...